Missile Defence and the Arctic

Ballistic missile defence installations in the Arctic may have little direct bearing on day-to-day security concerns and arrangements there, but it would be naïve to assume that the irritations that missile defence visits on strategic relations among Russia, the United States, and NATO, and even China, can be kept fully out of Arctic security dynamics. Continue reading at The Simons Foundation.

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