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By Debora MacKenzie and Jeff Hecht THE Bush administration is deliberately planning to destroy the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty by building anti-missile facilities in Alaska, arms control experts claimed last week. They say the Pentagon could test the feasibility of a missile defence shield without breaking the treaty. Philip Coyle, who was head of missile defence testing under President Clinton and is now with the Center for Defense Information in Washington DC, says: “The ABM treaty is not an obstacle to the proper development and testing of a national missile defence system.” In a successful test last weekend,