In this Book
- The Star Wars Controversy: An "International Security" Reader
- Published by: Princeton University Press
- Series: International Security Readers
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These essays from the journal International Security assess the technical feasibility and the strategic desirability of defense against ballistic missiles.
Originally published in 1986.
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Table of Contents
- The Star Wars Controversy: Contending Points of View
- p. 1
- Ballistic Missile Defense and the Atlantic Alliance
- pp. 131-162
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- Ballistic Missile Defenses and U.S. National Security ("Hoffman Report")
- pp. 273-274