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Project Page on Missile Defenses and Arms Control

Selected Articles, Reports, and Commentary

  • Tom Bielefeld, MEADS: Anforderungen - Fähigkeiten - Rüstungskontrolle (MEADS: Requirements - Capabilities - Arms Control). BITG-Working Paper (2005).

  • Tom Bielefeld, Das Verglühen von Flugkörpern beim Eintritt in die Erdatmosphäre (The Burn-Up of Objects During Entry Into the Earth's Atmosphere). Study Report for the Fraunhofer Institute for Technological Trend Analysis INT (2004).

  • Tom Bielefeld, Götz Neuneck, Raketenabwehr-Optionen für die Bush-Administration: Die technische Dimension (Missile Defense Options for the Bush-Administration: The Technical Dimension). Sicherheit und Frieden, 2 (2001) 89-95. (link)

  • Tom Bielefeld, Götz Neuneck, Raketenabwehr: Ende der Illusion? (Missile Defense: The End of an Illusion?). Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 9 (2000) 92-94. (link)


Selected Panels and Seminar Talks

  • Missile Defense: A View From Europe. Science and Global Security Program, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, Princeton, US (February 21, 2002); Security Studies Program Technical Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, US (February 19, 2002).

  • Raketenabwehr und die Bush-Administration (Missile Defenses and the Bush-Administration). Fraunhofer Institute for Technological Trend Analysis INT, Euskirchen, Germany (Dec. 12, 2001).

  • The Role of the Airborne Laser in Future Strategic Missile Defense Systems. 13th International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs, Berlin, Germany (July 26, 2001).

  • Raketenabwehr und Internationale Sicherheit (Missile Defense and International Security). Workshop of the Project Network Preventive Arms Control, Berlin, Germany (March 15, 2001).

  • MEADS and the Emerging Missile Defense Debate in Europe. Conference on Missile Defenses After the US Elections, Berlin, Germany (February 14, 2001).

  • NMD and Europe. 12th International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs, Moscow, Russia (August 30, 2000).

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Photo of the sea-based X-Band Radar platform is a work of the US Government
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