National Missile Defense: Policy Issues and Technological Capabilities

@inproceedings{NationalMD,
  title={National Missile Defense: Policy Issues and Technological Capabilities},
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}
    Executive Summary Chapter One: Introduction The post-Cold War international security environment has solidifi ed into a unipolar structure, a condition many states would like to change. A key factor in the current proliferation movement is the overwhelming military superiority of the United States. The unintended consequence of successful U.S. military actions from the Gulf War through the Kosovo air campaign has been to convince other states that conventional weapons alone cannot check U.S… CONTINUE READING