Bush calls missile defense for Europe 'urgent'

Gertz, Bill
November 2007
Geo-Strategy Direct;11/7/2007, p8
This article reports on an address given by U.S. President George W. Bush about how he succeeded in defending the country against long-range missile attack and is working to protect U.S. allies in Europe against an Iranian long-range missile attack. According to Bush, Iran is pursuing the technology that could be used to produce nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles of increasing range that could deliver them. In November 2006, Iran conducted military exercises in which it launched ballistic missiles.


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