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Stories by Richard L. Garwin

Space-Based Ballistic-Missile Defense

President Reagan's "Star Wars" program seems unilkely ever to protect the entire nation against a nuclear attack. It would nonetheless trigger a major expansion of the arms race

October 1, 1984 — Hans A. Bethe, Richard L. Garwin, Kurt Gottfried and Henry W. Kendall

Antisatellite Weapons

Unless some action is taken soon to restrain the further development of such weapons the positive contributions of satellites to international security will be threatened

June 1, 1984 — Donald L. Hafner, Kurt Gottfried and Richard L. Garwin

Antisubmarine Warfare and National Security

The missile-submarine deterrents of the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. are not threatened by current antisubmarine technology. It is argued that this state of affairs should be maintained by the two powers...

July 1, 1972 — Richard L. Garwin

Anti-Ballistic-Missile Systems

The U.S. is now building a "light" ABM system. The authors argue that offensive tactics and cheap penetration aids could nullify the effectiveness of this system and any other visualized so far...

March 1, 1968 — Hans A. Bethe and Richard L. Garwin
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Scientific American Unlimited

Scientific American Unlimited