Browsing All posts tagged under »MISSILE DEFENSE«

Russian Control of U.S Missile Defense?

April 12, 2011


The last time the Obama adminstration bargained with the Russians, Obma gave details of British missiles to the rRussians so Russia would sign the START Treaty. Later after rceiving the Brit’s info Russia decided NOT to sign the START Treaty. Now, we are considering giving Russia direct control over missile defense systems. Who is making […]

Review Cites Flaws in U.S. Antimissile Program

May 18, 2010


President Obama’s plans for reducing America’s nuclear arsenal and defeating Iran’s missiles rely heavily on a new generation of antimissile defenses, which last year he called “proven and effective.” His confidence in the heart of the system, a rocket-powered interceptor known as the SM-3, was particularly notable because as a senator and presidential candidate he […]

Good Missile Defense News

October 11, 2009


By: John Rossomando, NEWSMAX Lobbyist: Senate Vote Sends Message On Missile Defense       A leading missile defense lobbyist sees promise in a key Senate vote restoring funding for the missile defense program that had been slated for Poland that the Czech Republic, which President Barack Obama canceled last month. Most analysts suggested the president made […]

Russia to Deploy Missiles as Obama Scraps Missile defense,

September 21, 2009


Russia general says missile plan not shelved Russia’s top general said on Monday that plans to deploy missiles in an enclave next to Poland had not been shelved, despite a decision by the United States to rethink plans for missile defense in Europe. But a former Russian diplomatic negotiator indicated he thought the deployments in […]

Obama on Video promising Europe Missile Shield, Obama Lie

September 20, 2009


Obama Abandons Czech Republic and Poland on Missile Defense System

September 17, 2009


Obama scraps Bush’s European missile defense   photo Drudge President Barack Obama on Thursday shelved a Bush-era plan for an Eastern European missile defense plan that has been a major irritant in relations with Russia. He said a redesigned defensive system would be cheaper and more effective against the threat from Iranian missiles. “Our new […]

America Remains Vulnerable to Ballistic Missile Attack

June 23, 2009


Moving Forward on Missile Defense by Baker Spring Special Report #58 On February 2, 2009, Iran successfully launched a satellite into orbit using a rocket with technology similar to that used in long-range ballistic missiles. On May 20, it test fired a 1,200-mile solid-fuel ballistic missile. North Korea attempted to launch a satellite on April […]