Transparency in conventional arms transfers can advance stability, but fewer countries are reporting their activities.
Siding with Russia in the Ukraine war, Iran delivered drones, promised missiles.
Some Democrats in Congress say Saudi Arabia is untrustworthy and should not be permitted to buy U.S. weapons.
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The latest U.S. offer is valued at $1 billion, as Taiwan seeks to build its defenses amid rising tensions with China.
As weapons shipments flood Ukraine, states-parties to the Arms Trade Treaty are discussing improving controls over weapons after they have been delivered.
One government mounts an innovative legal challenge to a powerful industry in an effort to protect its citizens.
The Commerce Department modifies but does not reverse a Trump-era rule that limited congressional oversight.
For the foreseeable future, the United States will likely continue to provide Ukraine with substantial military assistance in accordance with the needs of the Ukrainian armed forces to repel the Russian offensive. Oversight of the assistance provided to Ukraine can ensure the weapons are used for the intended purposes and not diverted elsewhere, especially after the conflict.
Western countries are expediting arms deliveries to Ukraine after the Russian invasion.