Ukraine War, February 15, 2023: Wartime production of munitions: Now they think about it, one year into the war

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To understand the broad context within which current developments in Ukraine should be considered,see

“Ukraine War, October 26, 2022: The context for analysis of current developments; The “dirty bomb” as a Russian propaganda distraction from current war crimes,” The Trenchant Observer, October 26, 2022.


1) Joe Barnes, “New battle emerges between the West and defence industry as the push continues to help arm Ukraine; Nato members concede that Western militaries risk running out of the ammunition Kyiv needs, but also protect themselves going forward,” The Telegraph, February 15, 2023 (4:57 p.m.);

2) Jennifer Rubin, “We are suffering from an empathy gap, but we can fix it,”
Washington Post, February 15, 2023 (10:00 a.m. EST);


3) Dominic Nicholls and Maighna Nanu, “Ukraine needs to learn ‘Western way’ of fighting, says Ben Wallace; Defence Secretary calls on Kyiv to use weapons more sparingly as concerns grow about dwindling munitions stocks,” The Telegraph, February 15, 2023 (7:28 pm);


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