NATO Ballistic Missile Defence

 Public Opinions International
BRUSSELS, 15th December 2016

“Our missile defence programme represents a long-term investment against a long-term threat. Our goal is to achieve full coverage and protection for NATO’s European Allies against ballistic missile attacks from outside the Euro-Atlantic area.” - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, 12 May 2016.

The proliferation of ballistic missiles poses an increasing threat to Allied populations, territory and deployed forces. Many countries have, or are trying to develop or acquire ballistic missiles. The proliferation of these capabilities does not necessarily mean there is an immediate intent to attack NATO, but it does mean that the Alliance has a responsibility to take this into account as part of its core task of collective defence.


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