Efforts to fully define NATO’s missile defense strategy should crystallize this year, although a fully fledged umbrella remains years away. Progress so far remains scant in NATO’s work to build a territorial ballistic missile defense (BMD) shield in the wake of last year’s Lisbon summit. However, in the coming months, NATO planners are expected to start translating the political commitment made last year into a road map, first by revising concepts of operations and the high-level NATO ...

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