Russian Officials ‘Panicking’ in Face of Ukraine Counteroffensive: ISW

The appeal by Moscow proxies to annex the eastern Ukrainian regions of Luhansk and Donetsk shows how much Kyiv’s counteroffensive is worrying Vladimir Putin, according to an assessment by a U.S. think tank.

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Afghanistan One Year later; where’s the Accountability?

America just passed the one year anniversary of the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan and just days ago the commemoration of the tragedy of September 11th which propelled the nation into the war on terror, but as we remember both events where is the accountability from our national security leaders on the Afghan debacle?

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The Latest Aid Packages to Ukraine: New Systems, Trade-Offs, Mysteries, and the Long Game

Democratic U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Sunday that she was very worried that the Federal Reserve was going to tip the nation’s economy into recession and that interest rate hikes would put people out of work.

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Low Military Recruitment Impacts U.S. National Security

Threats emanating from Russia, ongoing Chinese threats over Taiwan and Iran’s aggression throughout the Middle East, the U.S. faces no shortages of potential crises. But the one area that does more than anything to threaten U.S. national security is a dwindling number of American’s willing and who are able to serve in uniform, if America is to retain its military edge it will have to figure out how to recruit and retain its troops.

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Will the New Taiwan Crisis Spiral Out of Control?

China and the United States must now prepare to defuse the crisis triggered by Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan.

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Time for NATO to Take the Lead in Ukraine

Since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, the West has provided billions in military and economic assistance aid to Kyiv. The United States alone has provided more than $8 billion in security support in the last six months.

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