Cruise missiles pose a unique challenge to the United States and its allies. With their ability to fly at lower altitudes at up-to hypersonic speeds, the weapon has been integrated into the stockpiles of over 70 countries since their inception in the early 20th century. In casual parlance, they fly too low, too quickly to easily intercept, and they can be launched from a wide range of platforms.
Threat and Hazard Components of Somalian Famine: A Case Study
In the December 2022 edition of the White Paper Series, the Intelligence & Analysis Division examines the ongoing famine in...Read More