Trust but Verify: Imagery Analysis in the Cold War (review)

  title={Trust but Verify: Imagery Analysis in the Cold War (review)},
  author={D. Day},
  journal={Technology and Culture},
  pages={822 - 823}
  • D. Day
  • Published 1 October 2001
  • Engineering
  • Technology and Culture
ment is graced with interpretive insight of a high order, including the sophistication necessary to capture the delicate interplay, in the United States as well as Europe, of national-policy considerations and scientific purpose. For example, the United States was sworn to prevent proliferation of launch vehicles with a nuclear capability; at the same time, it recognized that a Europe weakened by a growing “technology gap” in space was not in the strategic interest of the United States. The… Expand