The Rise and Fall of the ABM Treaty: Missile Defense and the U.S.-Russia Relationship
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February 7, 2018
In this panel discussion, experts explore how the U.S.-Russia relationship has shaped the development and deployment of ballistic missile defenses. Panel participants include: Bilyana Lilly, Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation; Dr. James Cameron, Assistant Professor of International Relations, Fundação Getulio Vargas; Ambassador Robert Joseph, former Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security; Thomas Karako, Senior Fellow and International Security Program and Director of the Missile Defense Project, the Center for Strategic & International Studies.
The panel was hosted by the Project on Military and Diplomatic History and the Missile Defense Project at the Center for Strategic & International Studies.
Bilyana Lilly, Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
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