Your Wednesday Briefing: How Russia Gets Chips for Its Weapons

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As Ukraine tries to repel Russia from its territory, the U.S. and its allies have been fighting a parallel battle to keep the chips needed for weapons systems, drones and tanks out of Russian hands.

But denying Russia access to chips has been a challenge, even though the…

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