Ballistic Missile Defense and Northeast Asian Security: Views from Washington, Beijing, and Tokyo

Phase I: November 16-17, 2000, Washington, DC
Phase II: November 30-December 5, 2000,
Monterey, California

Background Reading List

Garwin, Richard L. "Boost Phase Intercept: A Better Alternative," September 2000, Vol. 30, Number 7, Arms Control Today Online..

Garwin, Richard L. "Cooperative Ballistic Missile Defense." The Garwin Archive. http://fas.org/rlg/. November 17, 1999.
(This link contains visual briefing slides on Boost-Phase missile strikes against a North Korean launch, demonstrating deployment sites and missile trajectories)

The Henry L. Stimson Center. executive summary of conference report. "Theater Missile Defenses in the Asia Pacific Region." Report 3:34, June 2000.

Li Bin. "The Impact of US NMD on Chinese Nuclear Modernization," Draft Copy. Institute of Science and Public Affairs, China Youth College for Political Science, Peking University.

Manning, Robert, Ronald Montaperto, and Brad Roberts. executive summary of conference report "China, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control: A Preliminary Assessment." Council on Foreign Relations. April 2000.

Mills, K. Grant. "The TMD Family of Systems." In Effects of TMD Deployment in Northeast Asia. pp. 8-13.

Saunders, Phillip and Jing-dong Yuan. "China's Strategic Force Modernization: Issues and Implications." In Proliferation Challenges and Nonproliferation Opportunities for New Administrations. Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies. July 2000.

Spencer, Jack and Joe Dougherty. "The Quickest Way to Global Missile Defense: First From The Sea." The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1384 (13 July 2000).