Congress will have to bail out the military again and pay the full costs of inflation.
One of the main objections to the expansion of nuclear power in the U.S. is based on the perception that it is dangerous.
But one star — funding for the Philippine military — isn't shining so bright.
The littorals are the messy area between sea and land, ground and sky, and air and space. U.S. leaders should prevent adversaries from exploiting them.
It would be easy to lay all of the blame for this sorry state of affairs at Germany’s feet. But it would also be wrong.
The workforce crisis is an opportunity for radical creativity.
ChatGPT is already creating benefits as well as risks for defense professionals.
The conflict in Ukraine proved at least two key points about defense innovation that Congress must prioritize.
Don't assume that the lowest-cost solution is always the best bet.
The key to victory will rely on the adoption of weapon systems simplistic in design, rapidly reproducible and highly lethal.
We must move beyond the narrow debate on types and numbers of nuclear weapons, and think bigger, bolder and more imaginatively.
To succeed in future conflicts, militaries must look beyond merely making bases and equipment more resilient to the impacts of climate change.
Australia is attempting to reestablish itself as the preferred ally of Pacific island nations.
The West plans to send small quantities of four different types of tanks to Ukraine, placing an onerous logistical burden on the country.
U.S. industry today remains hamstrung by supply chain disruptions for many critical components.
Why doesn’t the U.S. focus more on munitions? A large factor is armed force service identity.
Here are five defense investment principles worth remembering.
As policymakers and war planners prepare for a potential of near-peer conflict — the biggest fight of modern times — two imperatives must be considered.
Leaders should turn the diplomatic row into new discussions on strategic stability between two nuclear-armed powers.