How can America’s anti-ballistic missile architecture expand into the land and waters of the Black Sea region? Michael Bird reports
November 2009 - From the Print Edition
The transformation of America’s security architecture for eastern Europe has thrown Romania into the spotlight as a key strategic location for defence against the threat of medium-range ballistic missiles.
US vice president Joe Biden made the first moves into this direction when, on a recent visit to Bucharest, he welcomed Romania’s “embrace” of the new US proposals for combating short and medium range airborne weaponry.
But it was unclear whether this could translate into Romania hos...
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