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Title: U.S Missile Defense in The Arabian Gulf Region Between Security Challenges and Regional Bets.
Authors: خليفة كريفار
Keywords: US Missile Defense
Regional Missile Defense Architectures
Gulf Arab States
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Missile Threats
National Missile Defense NMD
Issue Date: 3-Jul-2018
Series/Report no.: volume 1 numéro 1 2018;
Abstract: Iran's missile capabilities, the efforts to counter the threat they pose by Gulf Arab states and the broader evolution of security structures in the region. It is a valuable resource for all those seeking to understand the 'security complex' that encompasses all states in the Gulf. As a result, missile defense is becoming an increasingly more important part of the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Arab Gulf states, and will remain so regardless of the outcome of the P5+1 talks with Iran. Even if Iran never moves forward with nuclear-armed missiles, it is seeking to develop precision-guided conventional missiles that can attack key military, civil, infrastructure, and petroleum targets, and transform such missiles into “weapons of mass effectiveness.” The United States is committed to working with its allies to develop regional missile defense architectures in the Arabian Gulf.
Description: Revue TAHAWULAT
ISSN: 2602-6538
Appears in Collections:volume 1 numéro 1 2018

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