Location: THe Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
"The Case for Missile Defense" is a collection of readings
penned by national security specialists, foreign policy experts,
scientists, and historians, on why America needs missile defense
and the complex issues that are associated with it. The short
essays answer questions such as: What current threats do Americans
face? Does missile defense work? What missile defense
systems does America need to be secure? Join us as a panel of
selected authors discusses their contributions to the report and
makes the case for missile defense.
Including a sneak preview of a 30-second commercial on the
missile defense challenges facing the next President produced by
the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
More About the Speakers
Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
Founder and President,
Center for Security Policy
The George C. Marshall Institute
Ambassador Henry F. Cooper
Chairman of the Board,
Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs