Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas Wars Reveal the Importance of Weapons Production
By Vasabjit Banerjee and Benjamin Tkach
Current conflicts offer a reminder to China and the U.S.: Arms do not deliver victory only through technological advantage but also through availability.
The Unintended Impacts of U.S. Weapons Supplied to Afghanistan
By Erica Mumford
The U.S. policy of arming parties in conflict presents significant risks that weapons will be diverted into unfriendly hands.
Japan Rethinks Its Approach to Arms Deals With the United States
By Tom Corben
Recent decisions suggest Tokyo is fundamentally reconsidering how it engages with Washington on arms procurement.
The US Is Revising Its Drone Export Policy. What Does That Mean for East Asia?
By Tobias Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
The Trump administration may be looking to regain dominance of the drone export market.