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Summary of: The Economist - Winning the long war in Ukraine

The Economist discusses the ongoing war in Ukraine and its implications for both sides. The war has become a long-lasting conflict, with Ukrainians accepting it as the new normal. The narrative surrounding the war needs to be reframed and leaders must explain its purpose. The use of drones by Ukraine to attack targets in Russia has escalated the conflict and put pressure on Russia. The balance of attrition and the ability of Ukraine to continue inflicting damage will shape the outcome of the war. The societal, economic, and political factors of both countries will play a crucial role in determining the end of the war.

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