by Kingston Reif Published in the Washington Times, May 29, 2008 James T. Hackett’s column on India’s strategic posture suffers from two major problems (“India’s missile power lifts off,” Commentary, May 22). First, emphasizing the threat to India posed by China obscures the fact that China is set to overtake the United States as India’s […]
U.S. Arms Sales Agreements Worldwide, 1999-2006
by Travis Sharp Updated March 4, 2008 Check out our analysis of U.S. arms sales agreements with the Middle East. The United States is far and away the leader in worldwide arms sales agreements. Consider the following: From 1999 to 2006, the United States averaged $15.44 billion per year in worldwide arms sales agreements. That […]
Analysis of Missile Control Agreement between China and the U.S.
Last week, in a statement released by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, China promised that it “has no intention to assist, in any way, any country in the development of ballistic missiles that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons.” China also pledged to take steps to improve its system of export controls, including publishing […]
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