Taiwan is racing to increase its defensive and offensive missile capabilities. Three models of missiles, in particular, stand out.
Not Mission Impossible: Yes, Ukraine can win the war against RussiaMilitary Affairs
The West has to stop worrying about upsetting Putin. It must focus instead on a strategy that gives Ukraine what they need to win.
Nobuo Fujita: The only Japanese pilot to bomb mainland America during WWIIHistory
The bombs Fujita dropped on a forest in Oregon caused little damage. But many years later, Fujita’s story became an emblem of reconciliation.
How the war in Ukraine is transforming how NATO would fight RussiaMilitary Affairs
The war in Ukraine has been a wake-up call for NATO and its members are increasing their defense spending accordingly.
Does the littoral combat ship really need to die?Navy
Littoral combat ships may still have a role to perform in modern warfare especially in the emerging great-power competition.
Is the US military destined to become a ‘hypersonic’ power?Airpower
Following the successful test of a hypersonic missile, the U.S. shows that it can participate in a hypersonic-power arms race against China and Russia.
Finland joining NATO is a game changer. (And Russia’s fault)Military Affairs
The move to join NATO marks a permanent shift in Finland’s long, fraught relationship with Russia.
Russia has already lost the Ukraine warMilitary Affairs
Even as Russia bludgeons its way into limited gains in the east, it has lost so much already in the conflict with Ukraine.
Stealth showdown: Russia’s Su-57 vs. America’s F-35 (Who Wins?)Airpower
Russia’s Su-57 as well as America’s F-35 are two of the best fighters on the planet today. What would happen in a dogfight between them?
Why did Putin declare victory in Mariupol?Military Affairs
As Ukrainian troops bravely hold on to the Azovstal factory in Mariupol, Putin is starting to look at scoring a propaganda victory.