Western strategy on Ukraine indicates a shift towards sustaining defense in a long-term stalemate with Russia.
Russia’s announcement that it intends to withdraw from the CFE treaty raises the risk it could target the Baltic states and Poland.
The outcome of the winter operations in Ukraine will ultimately depend on two factors: will and ammunition.
The success of Ukraine’s volunteer IT army in disrupting Russian networks makes clear that a new era of cyber warfare is upon us.
Air defense systems like Iron Dome can be overwhelmed if they are overmatched by the number of threats they have to counter.
Ukraine is under serious pressure to conscript enough troops as its counter-offensive struggles for momentum.
When Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky met with President Joe Biden, on September 21, 2023, the topic of weapons supply was on…
There have been no game-changers in the Russia-Ukraine war. Single weapons systems may win battles, but they do not win wars.
Ukraine’s recent successes in the Black Sea create strategic opportunities, including undermining the Russian blockade.
AUKUS can be expanded to provide Southeast Asian states assistance in undersea capabilities, cyberspace, and electronic warfare.