U.S. Missile Defense Strategy Is Flawed, Expert Panel Finds
By WILLIAM J. BROAD
New York Times
After two years of study, a panel of top scientists and military experts working for the National Research Council has concluded that the nation’s protections against missile attacks suffer from major shortcomings, leaving the United States vulnerable to some kinds of long-range strikes.
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