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    How Ukraine finds new soldiers to fight Russia – Ukraine: Latest Podcast

    Danish instructors train Ukrainian recruits in the East Anglia region, UK, March 14, 2024. Photo: EPA-EFE/Shutterstock/Shutterstock

    Today we bring you tactical and strategic news from across the front line, the latest diplomatic news from around the world, and also speak with Spectator journalist Svetlana Morenets to discuss Ukrainian mobilization legislation

    Listen to Ukraine: Latest News, The Telegraph's Daily Podcast using the audio player at the top of this article or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favorite podcast app.

    This week's Defense in Depth:

    The war in Ukraine is changing our world. Every weekday, The Telegraph's leading journalists analyze the invasion from all angles – military, humanitarian, political, economic, historical – and tell you everything you need to know to stay informed.

    Our< Strong>Ukraine: The Latestpodcast is your trusted source for the latest analysis, live reactions and on-the-ground reporting from correspondents. We have been broadcasting since the very beginning of the full-scale invasion.

    Ukraine: Regular participants of The Latest are:

    David Knowles

    David – leader audio development department at The Telegraph, where he worked for over three years. He reported from all over Ukraine during the full-scale invasion.

    Dominic Nicholls

    Dom is deputy editor (defence) at The Telegraph, joining in 2018. He previously served in the British Army for 23 years in tank and helicopter units. He had operational deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Northern Ireland.

    Francis Dearnley

    Francis is assistant commentary editor at The Telegraph. Before working as a journalist, he was chief of staff to the Chairman of the Prime Minister's Policy Council in the Houses of Parliament in London. He studied history at Cambridge University and in the podcast reveals how the past sheds light on the latest diplomatic, political and strategic events.

    They are also regularly joined by Telegraph reporters and correspondents from around the world, including Joe Barnes(Brussels correspondent), James Kilner, (foreign correspondent and editor of the Central Asia and South Caucasus Bulletin), Sophia Yang (senior foreign correspondent), Natalia Vasilyeva (Middle East Correspondent), Roland Oliphant (Senior Foreign Correspondent), Colin Freeman (Foreign Correspondent), Daniel Sheridan (Defense Editor) and Tony Diver(US Editor).

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