While there is ample political rhetoric in Europe on the need for missile defenses, financial backing and specific programs are in far less evidence. Cash-strapped Europeans believe a cooperative approach is required, either among themselves or in concert with the U.S. But progress has been slow given the complexities involved in multinational programs and the perception that there is no clear, immediate threat. ``There is no coherent European view on missile defense,'' ...
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