Ukraine’s Moral Reality

Wanting to help the country fend off Russian aggression isn’t pie-eyed idealism.

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Countering the Coming Drone War

The U.S. faces a rapidly evolving drone threat. Can the Pentagon and industrial base keep up?

War in Ukraine, Two Years Later

Wavering U.S. support leaves Ukraine undergunned in its conflict with Russia.

The Last Redoubt

Why Trump’s foreign policy hasn’t conquered the GOP—yet.

Debate Over Ukraine Aid Prompts Misleading Claim Against Sen. Cornyn

The editor of a right-wing website mischaracterized a statement he made about Russian disinformation and the border crisis.

The Senate Foreign-Aid-and-Border Package Is Mostly Dead

The Republican House has no truck for the deal brokered by Senate negotiators.

Zelensky Delivers His Wish List to Washington

The Ukrainian president makes a personal pitch for continued military aid.

Fact Checking Claims that Lloyd Austin ‘Threatened’ to Send American Troops to Fight Russia

Tucker Carlson mischaracterized Austin’s comments during a classified briefing.

Smart Politics, for Once

The House GOP’s Ukraine gambit is surprisingly shrewd.

Autumn of War

Has Ukraine’s war against Russia turned into a stalemate?

Assessing Vivek Ramaswamy’s Claims About Ukraine

The GOP candidate made several misleading assertions about the nation and President Volodymyr Zelensky during last week's primary debate.

Herding Cats

Populist contradictions in Mike Johnson’s first major bill.

What Israel and Ukraine Have in Common

Partisans claim the wars are distinct, but their enemies are allies and helping both is in the American interest.

Kevin McCarthy’s Historically Bad Week

Plus: Washington welcomes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Sort of.

Zelensky’s Whirlwind U.S. Tour

The Ukrainian president faces resistance as he makes the case for continued support.

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Ukraine Keeps Fighting While Its Allies Ponder More Support

Volodymyr Zelensky’s U.S. visit comes as Ukraine notches small victories on the front lines.