Proposed Tech-Industry Legislation Would Hurt National Security

Provisions could force tech companies to break apart integrated security tools currently embedded in device and platform operating systems to screen for spyware and malware.

Pentagon Is Seeking Air-Defense Options For Ukraine

Biden told Zelenskyy that anti-cruise missile systems will be part of a future security package.

NATO to Approve ‘Biggest Overhaul’ Of Defense Since Cold War, Leader Says

The alliance’s response force is to grow from 40,000 to 300,000 troops, Stoltenberg announced.

G7 To Ban Import of Russian Gold as Bombs Hit Kyiv Kindergarten

Groups like the G7 and EU have played a critical role in punishing Moscow for its invasion and cushioning the war’s global effects, experts said.

US Sending Patrol Boats to Help Ukraine Control Its Rivers

Vessels plus Harpoons could also help defend Odesa port, defense official says.

US Sending More HIMARS Artillery to Ukraine

Just days after announcing a new billion-dollar weapons shipment, the White House announces $450 million more.

Russia Is Boosting Food Prices to Undermine Global Support for Sanctions, Officials Say

Moscow is blockading exports, bombing silos, and telling the world that high prices are the West’s fault.

Ukrainian Fighter Pilots: Send Better Jets and Air Defenses

They’ve shot down a few Russian cruise missiles—but they could do far more with modern gear.

Cancel Russia's UN Contracts

Congress should insist that U.S. dollars not fund United Nations procurement from Russian companies.

What Ukraine Needs: More Arms, Sanctions, and Money, Ambassador Says

The war-ravaged economy is providing the Kyiv government far less than the $5B per month it needs, Oksana Markarova said.

NATO Needs to Move Protection of Civilians to Center Stage

The Ukraine war shows why the alliance’s upcoming summit cannot give short shrift to the topic of human security.

Russia Might Try Reckless Cyber Attacks as Ukraine War Drags On, US Warns

Ground commanders have been unable to capitalize on at least one previous cyber strike.

US Pledges More Weapons to Ukraine, But Milley Warns ‘The Numbers Clearly Favor The Russians’

More Javelins, Howitzers, long-range rockets are on the way, but will they arrive in time to make a difference?

Ukraine Will Survive and the US is Preparing to Arm it for Years, Says Pentagon’s Hicks

Deputy Defense Secretary Hicks discusses Russia, China, and inflation’s effects on the Pentagon’s buying power at the 7th Annual Defense One Tech Summit.