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Over-Classification Undermines Democracy, US Intelligence Director Says

The investigations into handling of sensitive documents by former presidents and vice presidents have brought problems with the classification system back into the spotlight. 

Left in Limbo, a Handful of Biden’s Defense Picks Await Senate Action

Four nominees—all people of color—received committee approval months ago but have yet to get a Senate vote.

US Army Readies Ukraine Abrams Tank Options For Policymakers

Logistical details must be hashed out in the wake of Biden’s pledge.

Breaking News

US to Send 31 M1 Abrams Tanks to Ukraine

They will join “hundreds” more armored vehicles arriving amid concerns about an anticipated Russian offensive.

US Should Lower Barriers to Foreign Tech Talent, Experts Say

Efforts to prevent espionage are harming the country more than they’re helping—and the same is true of China, they say.

Bradleys, Self-Propelled Howitzers Head to Ukraine as More Difficult Fight in the South Awaits

The biggest U.S. aid package yet reflects new realities on the ground.

Zelenskyy to America: Our Fight Is Your Fight

“Your money is not charity," the Ukrainian president said, but "an investment in the global security and democracy that we handle in the most responsible way.”

Defense One Radio, Ep. 114: Germany’s uneasy year ahead + 2023 preview with BAE’s Tom Arseneault

We review the year that was and preview what might lie ahead for the U.S., Europe, and the wider global defense industry.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Has a New Suitor. Will the Biden Administration Approve?

L3Harris Technologies has entered a $4.7 billion deal to acquire the rocket manufacturer.

The Saudi-China Deal Tells Us What Autocracies Want From Each Other

Biden’s blunt democracy-vs.-autocracy rhetoric may be pushing U.S. security partners toward Beijing.