NATO Should Offer Ukraine an Arms Supply Pact

It’s the strongest commitment the alliance can realistically give.

Ukraine’s Cyber Defense Offers Lessons for Taiwan

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

Pentagon Creates Cell to Oversee Expansion of Weapon Production Lines

The move comes as the military looks to increasingly bulk buy munitions.

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.

In a Changing Security Environment, Defend Your Values

America’s inclusive narrative, and its capacity to learn, remain a beacon for the world.

Pentagon Looking to Make Sure SpaceX Doesn’t Abandon Them in War

Spooked by the company’s new limits in Ukraine, military leaders are mulling new types of contracts.

A Lack of Machine Tools Is Holding Back Ammo Production, Army Says

The U.S. has enough raw materials, but the heavy equipment used to make artillery shells aren’t easy to buy.