Europe Has Its Very Own Missile Defense System
The National Interest -

Sebastien Roblin

Security, Europe

The Aster missile defense idea might end up being a victim of politics.

Ballistic missiles are making a comeback in the twenty-first century because they give countries like China, Iran, North Korea and Russia the ability to strike targets hundreds or thousands of miles away without having to expose vulnerable warplanes to interception. The precision allowed by modern guidance systems allows even non-nuclear missiles to deliver highly-deadly attacks against...

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