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Issues about establishment of anti-missile systems go back to early years of Cold War era, but during the last decade, especially from the Bush’s presidential era and under the influence of his neo-conservatives administration, focusing on anti-missile defense systems has been speedup, consequently, these issues became more important. Moreover, Washington in practice achieved considerable successes in designing and setting up these systems in and out of its territorial borders. Particularly, 11 September events and suitable mental environment inducing from these incidents provide an atmosphere for US to legitimize the claim of America to defend its position in different way against threats hidden in the resultant between radicalism and technology. Therefore, Bush in a diplomatic note declared Americas exit of ABM treaty to Russia, Kazakhstan،, Ukraine and Belarus, thereafter raised some programs to establishment of anti-missile systems outside its borders. In spite of coming to power of Democrats in US,Obama's electoral promises and oreign oppositions especially from China and Russia to this program, US continues the establish of anti-missile defense systems and presentation of new programs with little changes and transitions. Despite Cold War's end and despite the shifting political elite in the United States, US has sought to advance anti-missile defense system plans. In this study, the hypothesis has been, United States is seeking global hegemony, And United States anti-missile defense systems as the military advantagese has been adopted in order to achieve global hegemony. Our findings suggest that compared to the Cold War era, after the Cold War, United States has more opportunities to advance Anti-missile Defense Systems.