"Tanks alone will not be enough for Ukraine to win the war. But if used properly, they are still a vital component of modern warfare," Paul Poast writes.
Western countries should use national and international tools to hinder Wagner’s growing global abuse, Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
"We have to deal with China and the way to deal with it is to engage with it," argues Nonresident Senior Fellow Paul Heer in the Wire China.
“Both sides continue to pursue policies that appear aimed more at competition and confrontation,” writes Paul Heer in the National Interest.
The election for speaker of the Republican-majority House was a bad omen for US aid to Ukraine and US democracy, Paul Poast writes.
Craig Kafura offers insights into Washington's ties with Tokyo.
"If the United States presses for arms control and agrees to limits itself, it could convince others to follow suit," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
It’s one thing to commit to a stronger military and another thing to use it, Craig Kafura argues.
"The West needs to contemplate a world in which the conflict continues with neither victory nor peace in sight," Ivo Daalder and James Goldgeier write.
Elizabeth Shackelford joins host Jon Olson to discuss the militarization of American foreign policy.