Despite codification of the Iran nuclear deal, ongoing hostilities within the Crimea and Ukraine as well as in Syria and Iraq continue to highlight why missile defenses are coveted by many nations. The U.S. continues to pour billions of dollars into pursuing high-end missile defenses that can counter long-range ballistic missiles from Iran, North Korea, Russia and China, while many of its allies in Europe and the Middle East are focused on shoring up their own regional air and missile ...


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