The West’s Weapons Drawback: Rising Threats, Dwindling Stockpiles


SUBSCRIBER+EXCLUSIVE REPORTING — Because the U.S. and NATO deepen their involvement in a pair of main international conflicts, western nations face a essential safety problem: a decline of their weapons stockpiles.

For almost two years, the U.S. has led an effort to ship billions of {dollars} in army support to Ukraine, and for the final three months, it has boosted an already-robust provide of American weaponry to Israel. Now, diminishing army sources within the U.S. and Europe have prompted a reassessment of protection priorities and raised considerations concerning the potential of Western nations to reply to international conflicts.

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