This Whitehall Paper brings together wide-ranging perspectives on the post-ABM Treaty missile defence debate: the policies in the UK, US, EU, NATO, Japan and Taiwan, among others, and the scientific, technological and industrial issues that accompany the debate.
The purpose of this Whitehall Paper is first to provide a conceptual framework for the discussion of interoperability in the military context in simple language that is understandable outside specialist communities such as those of communications and information technology.
Robin Ranger, David Wieneck and Jeremy Stocker (Editors)
This timely conference on International Missile Defence? Opportunities, Challenges and Implications for Europe set out to examine the various perspectives held by the United States, the United Kingdom, NATO and the other major European military powers on the issue of national and long-range missile defence. It explored differences in policy, needs and concerns, and sought common ground and...