Without A New Draft, Russian Offensive Operations Are Over, US Intel Chiefs Say

It could take a decade before Russian ground forces are back to where they were before the war.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 123: The Discord leaks and what might lie ahead for Ukraine

Defense One’s Patrick Tucker and Sam Skove help explain where Russia's Ukraine invasion stands today, and what might unfold over the coming weeks and months.

Air Force IT Specialist Charged with Leaking Classified Documents

A team of Justice and FBI agents arrested 21-year-old Jack Teixeira in Massachusetts in connection with the widespread intel leak.

This Agency’s Declassification Work Could Be a Model for Others

A new paper, based on consultations with government officials and others, looks at what the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has done in recent years.

The NSA’s Brain Drain Has a Silver Lining

Agency leaders should use former employees to recruit new talent and cement public-private working relationships.

TikTok, COVID, and Chips: Senators and Intelligence Community Reinforce Diverse Threats Posed by China

During an annual hearing on the biggest threats to the United States, senators and top intelligence officials discussed China’s growing non-military influence.