Ballistic Missiles and Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Is the Threat? What Should be Done?
Fetter, Steve. "Ballistic Missiles and Weapons of Mass Destruction: What Is the Threat? What Should be Done?" International Security, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Summer 1991), pp. 5-42.
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Iraqi missile attacks against cities in Israel and Saudi Arabia have focused attention on the continuing proliferation of ballistic missile technology throughout the third world. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 25 countries have acquired or are trying to acquire ballistic missiles, either through purchase or indigenous production. All but a few are developing countries, and the list encompasses some of the most volatile regions of the world. The greatest concentration is in the Middle East, where nine nations have missile programs. Missiles have also spread to other hot spots, including India and Pakistan, North and South Korea, Brazil and Argentina, Taiwan, and South Africa.
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