President Obama announced Thursday that the U.S. would no longer pursue a controversial antiballistic missile shield in Eastern Europe proposed by his predecessor. That plan had called for the construction of a radar facility in the Czech Republic and 10 ground-based missiles in Poland. Instead, Obama said the U.S. will deploy smaller, ship-based missiles in the region, followed by some form of a missile-defense program in Europe.
Today's Question: Should Obama have scrapped original plans for missile shield in Europe?
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