Концептуальные основы развития ПРО США во время президентства Д. Трампа
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Концептуальные основы развития ПРО США во время президентства Д. Трампа
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Статья посвящена перспективам развития ПРО США при администрации Д. Трампа. Выпуск «Обзора ПРО-2018» откладывался неоднократно. Тем не менее, документы по бюджетному запросу на 2019 фин. г. и выступления чиновников на слушаниях в Конгрессе весной 2018 г. уже позволяют определить, какие именно рекомендации, изложенные в законе «Об оборонных расходах» на 2018 фин. г., будут применены, а какие не получили значительной поддержки в Министерстве обороны. Представляется, что будет скорректирована характеристика ракетных угроз для США, их войск и союзников. Также предстоят некоторые преобразования в архитектуре ПРО, пересмотр значения сотрудничества с союзниками в сфере ПРО, а также возможны новые решения в сфере организации работы Агентства по ПРО.
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Криволапов Олег Олегович
Институт США и Канады РАН
Библиография

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