We Argued About Admitting Ukraine to NATO in 2008. Now We Agree on It.

The authors—longtime senior U.S. and German national-security figures—describe how they concluded that alliance membership is a necessary step.

Army Seeks Bomb-Carrying Drones Like Ukraine’s

Average U.S. soldiers could pilot lethal quadcopters—if they are ever fielded.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 126: Why Ukraine’s drone war is more complex than you think

We review the evolution of drone tactics in the second year of Russia’s Ukraine invasion.

Pentagon Buying Musk’s Starlink for Ukraine

SpaceX had donated 20,000 satellite terminals to Ukraine, but later said the service was “never intended to be weaponized.”

Misfiring Cannons, Rotted Tires in US Army Gear Pulled for Ukraine, Watchdog Finds

It’s not the first time the unit and its contractor have been faulted for poorly maintained equipment by the service's inspector general.

Macron Will Push NATO For ‘Concrete’ Security Guarantee for Ukraine

With alliance membership still unsure, French president wants the next best thing.

Estonia Will Ask For a Clearer Path for Ukraine to Join NATO

In Europe, defense ministers and military experts worry that the world is not learning the lessons from Ukraine quickly enough.

‘No Magic Weapons’: Milley Sets Expectations On F-16s

Joint Chiefs Chairman defends United States’ gradual approach on weapons for Ukraine.

With Ukraine Set to Get Another Weapon from Its Wish List, Democrats Push for More

Rep. Jason Crow calls for more tanks to Ukraine—and maybe non-combatant military observers.

In Ukraine, USAID Created a Blueprint for Digital Citizenship. Now They’re Exporting It

The value of a USAID investment comes into sharp focus as Putin attempts to “win an information war in the Global South,” Samantha Power says.

Arms Flow 30% Faster to Ukraine as US Relearns Cold-War Skills

Logisticians are honing techniques invented to keep the Soviet Union from seizing Europe.

F-16s Would Make No ‘Fundamental Change’ in Ukraine’s War Effort, USAF Secretary Says

Biden’s decision to start training Ukrainian pilots on the jet is more about setting up Kyiv’s long-term capabilities, Kendall said.