Even if Ukraine was defeated on the battlefield by new troops, it would fall back on an insurgency. Russia seems destined to lose.
Is HIMARS a true game changer? Yes and no. The HIMARS systems have been hitting well above their weight, but Ukraine needs many more of them.
The Russian defense industry has some struggles ahead. It turns out that Russian industry needs Western components and Western support.
The Taliban have allowed Afghanistan to once more become a terrorist haven. The U.S. must support the resistance of a generation it nurtured.
There’s a reason Russia has yet to use its lone aircraft carrier, famously plagued by problems, against Ukraine.
Taiwan is racing to increase its defensive and offensive missile capabilities. Three models of missiles, in particular, stand out.
The West has to stop worrying about upsetting Putin. It must focus instead on a strategy that gives Ukraine what they need to win.
The bombs Fujita dropped on a forest in Oregon caused little damage. But many years later, Fujita’s story became an emblem of reconciliation.
The war in Ukraine has been a wake-up call for NATO and its members are increasing their defense spending accordingly.
Littoral combat ships may still have a role to perform in modern warfare especially in the emerging great-power competition.