Russia, US Sign Engine Safeguard Agreement
Washington (Interfax) August 22, 2000 - Russia plans to sign an agreement with the U.S. on measures to avoid the unsanctioned use of the rocket engine RD-180 and to safeguard this technology in connection with the organization of production of this engine in the U.S.
N.Korea Wants Compensation To End Missile Program
Seoul (AFP) August 13, 2000 - North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il has warned the United States it must pay compensation if it wants to close down North Korea's missile program, which he insisted was purely for peaceful purposes.
Missile Shield Could Spur Nuke Buildup
N.Korea's Missiles Remain Shrouded In Secrecy
Iraq Makes Inroads With Missile Program
Detente In The Desert
China, Russia and India Take Aim At US Missile Shield
Bangkok (AFP) July 27, 2000 - Russia and India took aim at the United States at an Asian security forum here Thursday, saying its missile defence program and "Cold War mentality" threatened regional stability. Foreign ministers from the three nuclear states singled out the US Theatre Missile Defence (TMD) program for stinging attacks ahead of the arrival at the Bangkok talks of Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
Russia, US Set To Lock Horns Over Missile Shield
Nago, Japan (AFP) July 20, 2000 - Russian President Vladimir Putin looks set to lock horns with US President Bill Clinton over a US scheme for a ballistic missile shield at a Group of Eight summit here.
Putin Proposes Pan-Euro ABM Center For Moscow
Russia Piques US Interest Missile Tech
NATO Welcomes Putin's Pan-Euro Missile Shield
Asia And The Quest For Big Power Toys
Washington (AFP) June 6, 2000 - Robert Einhorn Assistant Secretary for Non-Proliferation said Wednesday that Asia's weapons of mass destruction were a major concern for the US. US officials were also busy Wednesday soothing Chinese concerns over its missile defense plans. While analysts said a thaw in Korean relations would raise policy conundrums for the US.
China Says Anti-Missile Test Successful
ARMING THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY
Missile Shield Faces Glitches and Delays
Washington (AFP) August 9, 2000 - The rush to meet an unrealistic deadline resulted in technical glitches that are now likely to put the controversial US missile shield behind schedule, missile defense analysts said here Wednesday.
Lockheed Wins Missile Contract With A THAAD
ABM Shield May Fuel Arms Race
Sea Based ABM Shield Could Be First
Scientist Says ABM Shield Flaws Ignored
CIA Fears Missile Shield Will Spur China
Scientist Says Missile Shield Flaws Covered Up
Megawatt Laser Test Brings Space Lasers Closer
Russia Says ABM Revision Would Be Mistake
LockMart Begins Building Airborne Laser Turret
Seoul Seeks Long Range Missiles
Clinton Should Make ABM Decision
Anti Missile Tests Delayed
US Military Chief Says June OK For Decision
Pentagon Budget Funds Anti-Missile Program
Missile Interceptor Easily Fixed
Cohen Says Missile Defense On Track
Raygun Arrives At Wichita