In the studies of successful Resistance movements throughout history; found shared within their pages of history are multi-dimensional aspects which transcend a purely military definition.
There appears to be a widespread assumption or common misunderstanding that revolutions are won or lost on a geographical battlefield alone.
Using this strategy produces the very real possibility of winning every battle and yet losing the war; as was the case in Viet Nam for the US.
Ho Ching Ming was criticized for agreeing to engage in the Paris Peace Talks and many called him a traitor for signing the agreements which left a South Vietnamese government in place.
The reunification of Viet Nam and his subsequent victory are nonetheless history.
As the campaign for freedom over fascism in Donbas transitions from bullets and blood to ideas and ink; we should keep a perspective that embraces a larger strategic objective and be steadfast in the ultimate certainty of victory.