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Table of contents for Air/missile defense, counterproliferation and security policy planning : implications for collaboration between United States and the co-operation council countries / editors, Jacquelyn K. Davis, Charles M. Perry and Jamal S. Al-Suwaidi.




Figures and Tables
Abbreviations and Acronyms
ECSSR Preface
Dr. Jamal S. Al-Suwaidi
IFPA Preface
Dr. Jacquelyn K. Davis
Overview
Dr. Jacquelyn K. Davis and Dr. Charles M. Perry
Developing a Cooperative Air/Missile-Defense System: A
S    CENTCOM Perspective
GeneralAnthony Zinni
Key Proliferation Trends: A Global Scenario
Ms. Alina Romanowski
Key Proliferation Trends and Their Likely Impact on the
Balance of Power in the Gulf: A Focused Evaluation
Mr. DavidR. Tanks
4  Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Deterrence and Defense
Dr. Robert G. Joseph
S  Cooperative Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction
in the Arabian Gulf
Dr. Peter R. Lavoy
6    The Potential Value of Missile Defense in the Gulf Context
Dr. Thomas 0. Morgan
7  Gulf Regional Missile Defense: Early Warning, Surveillance
and BM/C4I Considerations
Mr. Richard Ritter and Dr. David Martin
8  Theater Air/Missile Defense Systems and Emerging
Operational Concepts: A US Army Perspective
Major General Dennis D. Cavin
9  Theater Air/Missile Defense Systems and Emerging Operational
Concepts: A Fifth Fleet Perspective
Vice Admiral Thomas Fargo



10 Joint Theater Air and Missile Defense Operations: An Air
Force Perspective
Lieutenant General Carl E. Franklin
11 US-GCC Collaboration in Air/Missile Defense Planning:
Assessing the Advantages
Major GeneralJoseph G. Garrett III
12 US-GCC Collaboration on Air/Missile Defense and
Counterproliferation: Assessing the Operational Benefits
Rear AdmiralJohn F Sigler
13 Conclusions and Recommendations
Dr. Jacquelyn K. Davis and Dr. Charles M. Perry
Contributors
Index