Articles Tagged: Karen Montague

Japan’s Missile Defense Policies and Programs

In this Policy Outlook, Marshall Institute Research Assistant Karen Montague traces the emergence and maturation of Japan’s interest in ballistic missile defense.  Montague’s piece documents the depth of the U.S.-Japan partnership to co-develop sea-based defenses as well as Japanese purchases of other elements of the U.S. defensive architecture. The piece is the second in a […]

Does North Korea’s Missile Launch Matter?

It does not matter how much effort the international community puts into negotiating with North Korean leaders, they will continue to do as they please in order to prove that not only are they technologically advanced, but that they will not be pushed around. In February of 2012, the U.S. and North Korea had come […]

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