Putin's Enemies Within
Michael Archer speaks to a member of an underground dissident military group fighting Putin's regime from within its own borders
Since the onset of war in Ukraine, resistance to Putin’s aggression has taken many forms, both externally and from Russians living under the regime.
As the country has initiated brutal crackdowns on anti-war protestors, direct action and sabotage tactics have been increasingly relied on by dissident groups attempting to hamper the distribution of arms and supplies to the front line.
Last month, yet another freight train – the latest in a string of similar incidents – was reported to have derailed in the western Bryansk region bordering both Ukraine and Belarus. Russian authorities claim it is the work of “pro-Ukrainian insurgents”.