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April 19, 2013 – Build the Most Effective Defenses Possible, Please!

To counter the threats of the “New World Disorder,” we need to build the very best ballistic missile defenses that our technology permits, as quickly as possible . . . and should not bargain away our right to do so, especially for fleeting diplomatic gains.

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April 11, 2013 – All Contingencies Covered – REALLY?

This week, Senior U.S. Officials have stated that our recent missile defense deployments assure that we can shoot down North Koreas ballistic missiles in all contingencies, if they are launched at the U.S. homeland or our troops in the Pacific, e.g., at Guam. But . . . What about one North Korea may actually have been practicing?

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Iran Sitting Prettier

Iran has grown stronger from the recent Israel-Hamas hostilities. Despite media concentration on last week’s cease-fire, the real focal point is still the invisible Middle Eastern struggle for strategic advantage. There, Iran was already gaining ground, as the International Atomic Energy Agency reported on Nov. 16. By Ambassador John R. Bolton, November 28, 2012.

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Palestinian Rockets Versus Israeli Missiles In The Second Gaza War

Uzi Rubin, President of Rubincom, Ltd. and Founding Director of Israeli Missile Defense Organization spoke at The Washington Institute on December 18, 2012. He discussed November’s Gaza war, a watershed event for both Israel and the Palestinians. Militants in Gaza exhibited improved, though still unguided, rocket technology and a more robust command-and-control structure, while Israel employed an effective missile defense on a widespread basis for the first time. By Uzi Rubin.

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