The High Frontier team occasionally makes speeches, publishes articles, or writes papers aside from The Shield and our Strategic Issues Policy Briefs. This page is maintained as an archive of such documents. Here you can find Ambassador Cooper's latest addresses as well as writings by the High Frontier staff on important developments in missile defense.
Furthermore, High Frontier welcomes submissions from the the United States Congress, the Executive, the diplomatic corps and the military on developments in missile defense and posts them with pleasure (and sometimes commentary) here.
Recent Articles and Speeches by
High Frontier Chairman Ambassador Henry Cooper
- Ambassador Cooper appears before the Philosophical Society of Washington, February 7, 2003
- Guest commentary on National Review Online, January 30, 2002
- Testimony before the New Hampshire House of Rep. Committee on Veterans' Affairs and State-Federal Relations, January 9, 2002
- Verbal testimony before the NH House Committee, also January 9, 2002
- Guest commentary on National Review Online, December 18, 2001
- Guest commentary on National Review Online, October 29, 2001
- Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, October 11, 2001
- Insight Magazine, August 6, 2001
- San Diego Union-Tribune, May 13, 2001
- New York Post, May 8, 2001
- Wall Street Journal, May 7, 2001
- Global Defense: Return from Indifference to Rational Assessment?, March 26, 2001, Prepared for the Conference on Expeditionary Ballistic Missile Defense
- Engineering Risk and the ABM Treaty, Testimony by Henry F. Cooper to the House Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations Commmittee on Government Reform September 8, 2000
- The Earliest Deployment Option -- Sea-Based Defenses, by Henry F. Cooper and J.D. Williams (GUEST PERSPECTIVE – Inside Missile Defense/September 6, 2000)
- Deterrence and the Future of Defense
- President Bush's speech to the UN General Assembly on September 11, 2002, and the accompanying background paper making the case against Iraq.
- Two articles from the September 10, 2002 Oakland Tribune on Brilliant Pebbles and High Frontier's and Amb. Cooper's work to help this program.
- In his testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee last summer (July, 2000) Secretary of Defense William Cohen stated that Ground-Based missile defense was more mature than other missile defense system architectures, notably sea and space based systems. In this detailed letter to Committee Chairman John Warner, Ambassador Cooper corrects Secretary Cohen's misconstruction of history and replaces it with facts on the high development of sea and space based missile defense systems
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