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Over the last five years, we've been detailing the big new threat posed by the nuclear buildups in China and Russia, and by a nuclearizing North Korea.
We've also chronicled the major threat posed by the "New Arms Race" ignited by hypersonic weapons - both conventional and nuclear-tipped. (In fact, we even told you about the new hypersonic spyplane the military plans to build.)
Our goal of course, was to spotlight the need for new types of missile-defense systems - while zeroing in on the stocks most likely to benefit from the development of these newest technologies.
And to keep you ahead of the crowd.
It appears we've done just that: A brand-new (and high-level) study from a Washington think tank is raising worries about the very same threats we've been telling you about for years.
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