How the West is racing to stop Ukraine's guns falling silent

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Trevor Taylor, a research fellow from the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi), says the biggest challenge for Ukraine’s Western supporters is placing fresh contracts with defence suppliers, especially as Ukraine starts mounting full-scale counterattacks to regain lost territory. “Offensive actions require more munitions and effort than do defensive actions,” says Taylor. “But the military intent, what they can realistically think about mounting, is a function of the supplies they can get from outside.”