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Automating the fight

Sep 20, 2022

Is cutting-edge military tech really cheaper than manpower?

By Daniel Vardiman

Automation won't necessarily lower the military budget—but it will lead to increased readiness and a more effective force.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

New Atlanticist

Sep 1, 2022

Allies must ‘maintain our stamina’ in Ukraine, says Danish defense minister

By Katherine Walla

It’s time for what Bødskov considers to be phase three of the West’s strategy of supporting Ukraine, which should include weapons donations, military training, demining, and more.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

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Aug 31, 2022

Danish defense minister: It’s time for the West to ‘offer sacrifices’ to help secure Ukraine

By Atlantic Council

Minister Bødskov joined the Atlantic Council to discuss how Ukraine's allies in Europe and the United States should send support next.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

The role of electronic warfare, cyber, and space capabilities in the air littoral

By Zachary Kallenborn

Electronic warfare, cyber, and space operations are critical to successful information operations in the air littoral fight.

Cybersecurity Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Commercial satellites are on the front lines of war today. Here’s what this means for the future of warfare.

By Julia Siegel

Commercial space companies are enabling critical warfighting functions in Ukraine and will continue to provide a lifeline in future conflict scenarios.

Defense Technologies Intelligence

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

The TB2: The value of a cheap and “good enough” drone

By Aaron Stein

The Turkish Bayraktar TB2 is an effective, low-cost tactical weapon on the modern battlefield. While invaluable for all wars, it is not a game-changing technology.

Defense Industry Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

The Ukraine war and its impact on Russian development of autonomous weapons

By Samuel Bendett

Moscow's plans to employ autonomous systems on the battlefield may be set back by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

Defense Industry Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Air denial: The dangerous illusion of decisive air superiority

By Maximillian K. Bremer and Kelly A. Grieco

The air war in Ukraine challenges traditional paradigms of air superiority. US and allied air forces must instead contemplate air denial strategies.

Cybersecurity Defense Technologies
Senior Airman Julianne Showalter

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

AirLand redux? Early lessons from Ukraine

By Michael P. Kreuzer

Ukraine is exploiting the seam between airpower and land-domain assets, hinting that the friction of war at the airland seam is growing.

Defense Policy Defense Technologies

Airpower after Ukraine

Aug 30, 2022

Air superiority in Ukraine: Be sensitive to Diagoras’s problem

By David Pappalardo

Observers of the war in Ukraine must remain cautious and not draw conclusions merely based on what they see.

China Defense Policy

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