Russia’s moves in Crimea are causing some to question whether European countries should shoulder more of the burden for ballistic missile defense (BMD) and other defensive efforts, according to the U.S. Congressional Research Service (CRS). CRS cites “burden sharing” as a potential oversight issue for Congress – that is “how European naval contributions to European BMD capabilities and operations compare to U.S. naval contributions to European BMD capabilities ...

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