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Theodore A. Postol

Troubling questions about missile defense

By Theodore A. Postol
April 15, 2008

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THE HOUSE Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs will hold a long-overdue oversight hearing tomorrow on the prospects for national missile defense. The most basic question that needs to be addressed is the inability of the national missile defense to tell the difference between simple warheads and decoys. A second issue that should be explored is whether intelligence and ... (Full article: 667 words)

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