Arms Control Today invited two experts to comment on the review, the first since 2010.
The 2019 Missile Defense Review envisions a significant expansion of the role and scope of U.S. missile defenses.
U.S. Approves Missile Defense Sale to Japan
The Trump administration’s long-awaited Missile Defense Review, which was released today, proposes a significant and costly expansion of the role and scope of U.S. missile defenses that is likely to exacerbate Russian and Chinese concerns about the threat to their strategic nuclear deterrents, undermine strategic stability, and further complicate the prospects for additional nuclear arms reductions.
An overview of the current U.S. approach to national and regional missile defense, its costs, and sustainability.
Advances Made in Aegis Intercept Test
Missile Defense Review Still Pending
Will the U.S. follow through on its sanction threat against New Delhi?