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Weapons of Mass Destruction Bracing for Bioterror
Sep 30, 2009 – As the swine flu quickly circled the earth this past summer, the Obama administration shifted from the rhetoric of “hope” to a genuine effort to “cope” with the real dangers... Read the rest

Missile Defense: Hope or Hype?
Aug 30, 2009 – A quarter century after Ronald Reagan unveiled his ‘Star Wars’ vision, Ballistic Missile Defense is ready for action Even while its armed forces are slogging it out against armed militants... Read the rest

Countdown to a Nuclear Iran
May 1, 2009 – As Tehran Marches Closer to the Nuclear Club, Its Neighbors Anxiously Await the World Response Iran’s intensifying nuclear ambition has become a critical concern to policymakers around the world, not... Read the rest

WMD Panel Releases Report to Congress: World at Risk: Nuclear and Biological Weapons Pose Greatest Peril
Dec 2, 2008 – A congressionally appointed commission is calling on the President-elect and the next Congress to immediately initiate several concrete actions, unilaterally and with the international community, to address the proliferation of... Read the rest

Heritage Web Memo: Europe Anti-Missile Defense System: Standing Up to Russia's Threats
Nov 20, 2008 – The day after Barack Obama won the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced the first real test for the U.S. President-elect. In his State of the Federation... Read the rest

Strategic Insights: Nuclear Blackmail: Will North Korea Ever End its Nuclear Program?
Sep 15, 2008 – North Korea is without any doubt one of the most mysterious countries in the world. The country is so closed that hardly anything is known about the situation inside. Only... Read the rest

Strategic Insights: The U.S.-India Nuke Deal: U.S. Needs and Ambitions
Sep 15, 2008 – The United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation Act of 2006, also known as the "Hyde Act,” is the legal framework for a bilateral pact between the United States and India... Read the rest

Strategic Insights: The Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal: What is There?
Sep 15, 2008 – The statements coming from the Bush administration about the importance of the landmark nuclear deal and the alarm and the worries about the valuable time being wasted by India in... Read the rest

Strategic Insights: Sun Tzu, Nuclear Weapons and China's Grand Strategy
Jul 15, 2008 – Nuclear weapons served as the centerpiece of superpower Cold War military deterrent strategies since they burst on the scene in the last century. To the credit of the five charter... Read the rest

Doomsday Seed Vault Opens in Arctic
Feb 26, 2008 – Snow blows off the Svalbard Global Seed Vault before being inaugurated at sunrise, 26 Feb 2008. A vault built to safeguard seed samples of the world's important food crops has... Read the rest

Bull's Eye! USN successfully strikes satellite
Feb 21, 2008 – Click here to watch a video of last night's successful missile intercept of the failed spy satellite.... Read the rest

Navy Missile Likely Hit Fuel Tank on Disabled Satellite
Feb 21, 2008 – WASHINGTON, Feb. 21, 2008 – The missile fired from a U.S. Navy ship in the Pacific Ocean that hit a malfunctioning U.S. reconnaissance satellite late yesterday likely accomplished its goal... Read the rest

Transparency of Satellite Shootdown Offers Model
Feb 21, 2008 – CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii – The way the United States handled the shootdown of a dead reconnaissance satellite last night offers a model of the transparency it encourages other countries... Read the rest

Missile Defense System Works, Gates Says
Feb 21, 2008 – EN ROUTE TO CANBERRA, Australia – The Navy’s outer-atmosphere blasting of an ailing U.S. spy satellite this week proves that the nation’s missile defense systems work, Defense Secretary Robert M.... Read the rest

Navy Missile Hits Decaying Satellite Over Pacific Ocean
Feb 20, 2008 – WASHINGTON – A network of land-, air-, sea- and spaced-based sensors confirms that the U.S. military intercepted a non-functioning National Reconnaissance Office satellite which was in its final orbits before... Read the rest

Southeast Asia's Proliferation Paradox: Without WMD Worries, Small Arms Present Big Proliferation Challenge
Feb 15, 2008 – Arms control is defined to be any plan, treaty, or agreement that limits the production, stockpiling, yield, or proliferation of a weapons system of weapons—ranging from horrific weapons of doom... Read the rest

Japan Intercepts Test Missile Above Pacific Ocean
Dec 18, 2007 – Hong Kong -- Japan says it has successfully completed its first test of a U.S.-developed missile interceptor, striking down a ballistic missile over the Pacific Ocean early Tuesday. As Naomi... Read the rest

Japan/U.S. Missile Defense Flight Test Successful
Dec 17, 2007 – Rear Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) and Lt. General Henry ?Trey? Obering III, Director of the United Stated Missile Defense Agency, announced today the successful... Read the rest

RSIS Commentaries: Prospects for ASEAN Nuclear Cooperation -- A Common Nuclear Facility?
Dec 11, 2007 – Nuclear energy has emerged as a viable option to provide base load power for many nations. However, countries in Southeast Asia planning to develop nuclear reactors could face a multitude... Read the rest

Successful Missile Defense Intercept Test Takes Place at White Sands Missile Range
Dec 3, 2007 – Missile Defense Agency Director Lieutenant General Henry ?Trey? Obering III, announced that a seeker characterization test for the Net-Centric Airborne Defense Element (NCADE) was successfully conducted today at approximately 11:07... Read the rest

Japanese Destroyer Successfully Completed Tracking Exercise
Nov 16, 2007 – U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Henry ?Trey? Obering, III, Missile Defense Agency Director, and Rear Admiral Katsutoshi Kawano, Maritime Staff Office, Ministry of Defense, Tokyo, Japan, today announced the successful... Read the rest

Response to Recent BMD Headlines
Nov 14, 2007 – Recent statements appearing in news media in the United States and in Europe citing that the proposed deployment of missile defense elements in Europe will only defend the United States... Read the rest

Comprehensive Missile Defense Ground Test Successfully Completed
Nov 14, 2007 – Air Force Lieutenant General Henry ?Trey" Obering, Missile Defense Agency (MDA) director, announced the successful completion today of the most comprehensive Distributed Ground Test (GTD-02) conducted by the Agency to... Read the rest

American and Russian Publics Strongly Support Steps to Reduce and Eliminate Nuclear Weapons
Nov 9, 2007 – College Park, MD?A new poll, conducted in the United States and Russia, finds robust support for a series of cooperative steps to reduce nuclear dangers and move toward the global... Read the rest

Sea-Based Missile Defense ?Hit to Kill? Intercept Achieved
Nov 6, 2007 – Air Force Lieutenant General Henry ?Trey? Obering, Missile Defense Agency (MDA) director, announced the successful completion today of a multiple simultaneous engagement involving two ballistic missile targets. This was MDA?s... Read the rest

Pentagon Hopes Successful Missile Test Boosts Support
Oct 2, 2007 – Washington -- The Pentagon says a recent successful test of the nation's missile defense system could boost support for the controversial project, which is designed to protect America from missiles... Read the rest

Kissinger: Russian-NATO Missile Defense Proposal Unprecedented
Aug 10, 2007 – New York -- Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, in an Op-Ed in The Washington Post, calls Russian President Vladimir Putin's proposal for NATO-Russian cooperation on missile defense "a... Read the rest

Historians Point to Non-Drug Measures to Reduce Deaths During Flu Pandemic
Aug 7, 2007 – Washington -- An estimated 40 million people around the world died in the flu pandemic of 1918, including a half million in the United States. Experts studying the outbreak have found... Read the rest

India, US Begin Talks to Resolve Disputes Over Nuclear Deal
May 31, 2007 – Indian and U.S. officials have begun talks in New Delhi to work out the final details of a landmark civilian nuclear energy deal. Before Thursday's meeting with India's Foreign Minister... Read the rest

DoD Readies Pandemic Flu Guidebook for Civilians
May 29, 2007 – WASHINGTON ? The Defense Department is preparing a pandemic flu guide for civilian managers and rank-and-file employees, a senior official said. The Defense Department released its Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan... Read the rest

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