Israel has been a world pioneer in developing and deploying missile defense systems, but its programs have suffered two setbacks in recent months. Following vague announcements, Israel has finally acknowledged that its Arrow-2 anti-ballistic missile system failed a September 2014 intercept test. The Israeli defense ministry also said that a December 2014 test of the Arrow-3 system was aborted due to a malfunction in the target missile. Developed jointly by Israel’s Missile Defense ...

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