January 3, 2013

NATO-Russia Missile Deal Is Possible

Brookings Institution, Brookings Institution

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NATO leaders and then-President Medvedev agreed in November 2010 to seek to develop a cooperative NATO-Russia missile defense. Over the past two years, however, the sides have been unable to agree upon a formula for such an arrangement, and missile defense is becoming a contentious issue on the U.S.-Russia and NATO-Russia agendas. It is in the sides’ interest to find a mutually acceptable solution

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TAGGED: NATO, Missile Defense, Russia

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