Articles Tagged: Robert Jastrow

New Directions in Space: A Report on the Lunar and Mars Initiatives

In 1990, the Marshall Institute examined the lunar and Mars initiative put forth by President George H.W. Bush. In light of the January 2004 announcement to return to the Moon and Mars, this report is once again relevant to the policy dialogue.

Why President Reagan is Right about Missile Defense

For many years the safety of the United States has rested on the assumption that if  the Soviet Union attacked, we would be able to destroy the Soviet homeland in retaliation. Of course, the Soviets could also destroy us if we attacked them. This is called security through Mutual Assured Destruction, or MAD. An important […]

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