China ‘Colonizes’ Space with Its First Rice Harvest

The cultivation of food in orbit is part of a larger push by the Chinese space program toward a lunar base.

Air Force Should Double Its B-21 Purchase Plans, Think Tank Says

The service also needs to buy the stealth bombers more quickly, a new Mitchell Institute report says.

Threats in the Mideast Are Rising, CENTCOM Chief Says

ISIS-K will be able to launch attacks abroad in less than six months, Gen. Kurilla told lawmakers.

Ukraine’s Cyber Defense Offers Lessons for Taiwan

Washington should work with Taipei to stiffen the island's defenses against network attacks.

Who Else Would Trump and DeSantis Abandon?

If Europeans aren’t worth fighting for, why would anyone think DeSantis or Trump would fight for Taiwan—or even our oldest treaty allies?

Army Focuses on China and Ukraine-Related Ammo Production in 2024 Budget

Army wants more spending on hypersonic weapons and plans large buys of anti-aircraft weapons as it gears up to counter China.

Let Us Bulk-Buy Missiles for Fighting China, Pentagon Asks Congress

The Defense Department says it wants to use more multi-year munition buys in future years as well.

Everyone Please Chill, Okinawa Governor Says Amid Pacific Tensions

Denny Tamaki says “peaceful diplomacy” will help maintain “balance.”