19 June 2000 At the crux of the debate surrounding the United States’s National Missile Defense system (NMD) is the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty, which is viewed as the primary agreement for strategic stability in the world and nuclear arms reduction. The United States views the treaty as outdated and in need of modification […]

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