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Winning the long war in Ukraine

Ukraine is bracing for a long war. Can the country ensure that Western aid keeps flowing as the fight extends into 2024—and possibly beyond?

00:00 - How should Ukraine prepare for a future at war?
00:29 - A long war
01:46 - Drones open a front in Russia
03:53 - Attrition

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