Ballistic missile threats of all types continue to expand in 2009. North Korea and Iran have both demonstrated short
as well as intermediate range missiles, highlighting the increasing threat to the United States, NATO, and Europe.
What does the increasing threat mean for European missile defense?
What is the political outlook for this US anti-missile system, not only in terms of public opinion in the U.S. and Europe
but also in light of NATO’s new Strategic Concept? Is there potential for a linked missile defence system for the US,
NATO and Europe, and if so, what are practical steps towards achieving that goal?

“Ballistic missile threats of all types continue to expand in 2009. North Korea and Iran have both demonstrated short as well as intermediate range missiles, highlighting the increasing threat to the United States, NATO, and Europe. What does the increasing threat mean for European missile defense?

What is the political outlook for this US anti-missile system, not only in terms of public opinion in the U.S. and Europe but also in light of NATO’s new Strategic Concept? Is there potential for a linked missile defence system for the US, NATO and Europe, and if so, what are practical steps towards achieving that goal?”

Join SDA and Boeing on 3 November 2009 to find out…