Which is more useless? Missile defense or total surveillance?
Republicans oppose U.S. cooperation with Russia on NATO missile defense.
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Missile defense cuts off the nose to spite the face.
It’s one thing to intercept a Hamas rocket, another to shoot down an inter-continental ballistic missile.
Missile defense is a bottomless fund of misinformation between the United States and Russia.
Conservatives jumped all over President Obama’s open-mic remarks to Russian President Medvedev at the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit.
One of the albatrosses around the New START treaty’s neck is missile defense.
When it comes to a nuclear strike, the American public is considerably less impressed with preparedness measures than with prevention.
The struggle over Jeju Island in South Korea is heating up, with civil society activists standing up against a powerful military.
Understanding the politics of Iran’s technological development should serve as a check on the unwarranted paranoia that Iran’s scientific achievements have generated in the West.
Some cheer the “Responsibility to Protect” as a breakthrough in international relations, but the dangers of another western intervention in a Muslim Arab country show the near impossibility of peace keeping in times of war.
Withholding their nuclear weapons isn’t the only way states retard the progress of disarmament.
Targeting missile defense for elimination can come back to haunt disarmament advocates.
The Obama administration’s approach to missile defense may be a threat to national security.