- n. US alternative spelling of weaponisation.
“Canadians are not wasting their time wallowing over the demise of cold war arms control; they are worried that the Rumsfeld Pentagon's missile defense efforts might damage future great power relations and might also result in the near-term weaponization of space - a prospect that most countries, including Canada, find highly objectionable.”
“The mission has resurrected fears about the so-called weaponization of space.”
“I don't know how this could be called weaponization of space," said Gary Payton, deputy undersecretary for space programs.”
“I don't know how this could be called a weaponization of space," Payton told reporters at the time.”
“The expression of concern over the "weaponization" of enriched uranium is a first for the agency.”
“The only thing that Tehran was said by the NIE to have stopped was "weaponization," the design of an actual warhead.”
“Regarding "weaponization," he stated that "they continue to work on designs in that area.”
“U.S. spy services estimated Iran halted outright "weaponization" work in 2003 but also said it continued efforts to master technology applicable to yielding nuclear explosives.”
“Truthfully, I don't know how this could be called 'weaponization' of space," Payton said.”
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