The Significance of Joint Missile Surveillance

Project on Joint Missile Surveillance

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John David Steinbruner
Global Security Implications of Joint Missile Surveillance

Study Group Members

Bruce Blair
The Center for Defense Information

Roy Danchick
TRW (Retired)

Anatoli Diakov
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Geoff Forden
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Richard Garwin
Thomas J. Watson Research Center

John Harvey
Department of Defense

Carl Kaysen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Taira Koybaeva
Utah State University

Robert Legvold
Columbia University

George Lewis
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Martin Malin
American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Paul Podvig
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

John C. Polanyi
University of Toronto

Theodore Postol
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tareq Rauf
Monterey Institute of International Studies

Ernie Regehr
Conrad Grebel College

A.T. Stair

John Steinbruner
University of Maryland

Jeremiah Sullivan
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

This essay is the result of a project sponsored by the Committee on International Security Studies (CISS) of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The American Academy, along with the author, wishes to thank the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for generously supporting the study. We also thank the members of the study group on joint missile surveillance for their intellectual contributions to the study. The discussions of the study group played a formative role in the writing of this paper. While the insights of study group members are drawn upon here, the views expressed in this essay are those of its author alone.