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Bruno Gruselle: The anti-missile defense that the Americans are installing in California, Alaska and Europe will not have the capacity to intercept Russia's systems, which are too numerous and too sophisticated. For starters, the U.S. components are not being positioned in the right locations. The missiles that Russia could fire on the United States would pass north, over the Arctic, which is the reason the American base in Thulé, Greenland is where it is. Anti-missile defense aims at protecting U.S. territory against threats from Iran and North Korea. In Poland, there would only be ten interceptors. Only enough to stop an antiquated system.