As the war grinds on, U.S. lawmakers press for better military assessments of allies’ will to fight.


WASHINGTON — Congress is poised to force the Pentagon to study how it assesses allies’ will to fight, amid criticism from lawmakers that the U.S. government has regularly failed to make such assessments accurately.

A provision approved for inclusion in the Senate version of the annual defense policy bill would mandate a study by the Defense Department of how it judges the willingness of foreign militaries to fight their enemies.

In Ukraine, U.S. officials initially forecast that the…



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