The Missile Defense Project at CSIS looks at a wide range of policy, program, and strategic issues related to missile defense. Technological and geopolitical factors have driven increased global supply and demand for high-velocity, unmanned, missile-based weapons and their corresponding counters. Besides more recognized cruise and ballistic missile threats, global missile proliferation now consists of a spectrum including precision-guided rockets, anti-ship missiles, air defenses, hypersonic delivery systems, and counterspace weapons.
This CSIS report explores Russia’s evolving missile campaign against Ukraine from the opening days of the invasion to present day, the sources of Russian underperformance, and the specific missile systems Russia has deployed.
Report by Ian Williams — May 5, 2023
Strategic Landpower Dialogue: A Conversation with Secretary Christine Wormuth & General Randy George
In the News
Tom Karako in Defense News — December 7, 2023
Tom Karako in Bloomberg — December 1, 2023
Tom Karako in The Defense Post — November 17, 2023
Shaan Shaikh in Forbes — November 17, 2023
Tom Karako in Defense & Aerospace Air Power Podcast — November 16, 2023
Shaan Shaikh in Politico — November 16, 2023
Shaan Shaikh in Shephard Media — November 16, 2023
Masao Dahlgren in CNBC — November 15, 2023