A Defense that Will Not Defend
Richard L. Garwin The Washington Quarterly Summer 2000 -- The current defense system, as planned, will not defend against even four or five suitably-equipped missiles. We are far from being ready to make a deployment decision. There is a better way.
"Fire From Above," book review by R.L. Garwin of "WAY OUT THERE
IN THE BLUE, Reagan, Star Wars, and the End of the Cold War,"
by Frances Fitzgerald, published in the Los Angeles Times Book
Review Section, April 30, 2000.
"Countermeasures," A Technical Evaluation of the Operational
Effectiveness of the Planned U.S. National Missile Defense
System, UCS-MIT Study, A.M. Sessler (Chair of the Study
Group), J.M. Cornwall, R. Dietz, S.A. Fetter, S. Frankel,
R.L. Garwin, K. Gottfried, L. Gronlund, G.N. Lewis,
T.A. Postol, and D.C. Wright, April 2000.
The Wrong Plan by Richard L. Garwin Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists March/April 2000, Vol. 56, No. 2, pp. 36-41
"Space Technology: Myth and Promise" by R.L.^Garwin, published in the book
Ways Out of the Arms Race, edited by J. Hassard, T. Kibble and P. Lewis.
Proceedings of the Second International Scientists' Congress held at Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, University of London, 2-4 December 1988.