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JAPAN AND THE NAVY THEATERWIDE MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM by David C. Wright and Eryn MacDonald (1) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. The United States is currently developing the first phase (Block I) of the Navy TheaterWide (NTW) missile defense system. Nuclear weapons and related systems are increasingly vulnerable to sophisticated cyberattacks, and nucleararmed states must cooperate and accelerate efforts to prevent an attack that could have catastrophic consequences. Japan and Ballistic Missile Defense, RAND Corporation, July 2001, www. rand. org. Robert Shuey, Theater Missile Defensetheater missile defense and japanese nuclear weapons Japan has consistently eschewed any desire to have nuclear weapons, and no mainstream Japanese party has ever advocated acquisition of nuclear weapons or any weapons of mass destruction. Such weapons are forbidden by the Japanese constitution. Japan is the only nation that has been attacked with atomic weapons.
CHAPTER VII JOINT THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE A. DESCRIPTION Joint Theater Missile Defense (JTMD) is the capability to use the assets of multiple services and agencies to detect, track, acquire, and destroy enemy theater ballistic missiles and cruise missiles. It includes the seamless flow of information on missile launches by specialized theater missile defense and japanese nuclear weapons Download Citation on ResearchGate Theater Missile Defense and Japanese Nuclear Weapons The development of a joint USJapan theater missile defense system could have significant ramifications Missile defense is a system, weapon, or technology involved in the detection, tracking, interception, and destruction of attacking missiles. Originally conceived as a defense against nucleararmed intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), its application has broadened to include shorterranged nonnuclear tactical and theater missiles. . The United States, Russia, China, India, Israel, France Sep 13, 2017 North Koreas Nuclear Weapons, Japans Bind. the number of ships equipped with the Aegis missiledefense only 9 percent of Japanese respondents think Japan should acquire nuclear The Trump administrations longawaited Missile Defense Review, which was released today, proposes a significant and costly expansion of the role and scope of U. S. missile defenses that is likely to exacerbate Russian and Chinese concerns about the threat to their strategic nuclear deterrents, undermine strategic stability, and further complicate the prospects for additional nuclear armsRating: 4.47 / Views: 585