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Russian Military Logistics in the Ukraine War

CNA Talks: A National Security Podcast

Release Date: 12/20/2023

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In the early days of the Ukraine war, the Russian army experienced a massive breakdown of its logistics operations. Frontline troops were going without basic supplies like food and fuel. What caused this breakdown, and has Russia been able to stabilize supply lines as the war progressed?

Paul Schwartz joins the show to discuss his report on Russian Military Logistics in the Ukraine War.

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Paul Schwartz is a Research Scientist with CNA’s Russia Studies Program.

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