CSIS’ Karako on the Trump Administration’s FY19 Missile Defense Budget Request


Tom Karako, PhD, director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Missile Defense Project and a senior fellow in its International Security Program, analyzes the Trump administration’s FY19 missile defense budget request, says the US must increase its investment in advanced capabilities, stresses that the US needs “a space sensor layer for not merely missile warning, but tracking and discrimination,” the hypersonic weapons threat and more during a Feb. 28, 2018, interview at the think tank’s headquarters in Washington. The interview was conducted at the Strategic National Security Space: FY19 Budget Forum, co-hosted by CSIS’ Aerospace Security Project and the Jacques & Associates consultancy.

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