Cherry picking the facts with Ballistic Missile Defence

The Senate committee's report makes some key assertions without substantiation and ignores other relevant factors.

US Missile Defense Agency Photo
A ground-based interceptor, part of the United States Ballistic Missile Defense System, launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on June 22.
Douglas Roche, Paul Meyer, Peggy Mason
Published: Wednesday, 07/16/2014 12:00 am EDT

Ballistic Missile Defence is one of those recurring issues in Canadian security policy that reminds one of the hydra-headed monster featured in low-budget horror flicks. Just when the hero seems to have dispatched the creature for good, it raises another ugly head. 

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