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Charles D. Ferguson and Dinshaw Mistry

Moving away from missile programs

By Charles D. Ferguson and Dinshaw Mistry
June 19, 2006

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FOR DECADES, the United States has worked to stop ballistic missile proliferation and has been modestly successful. In the past 15 years, more than a dozen countries have renounced or considerably restrained their missile programs, and few countries are building ballistic missiles. Moreover, more than 30 countries have joined against transferring missiles and missile technology, and more than 100 countries ... (Full article: 701 words)

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