Is American Dependence or Strengh to Blame for Adversaires Development of Counterspace Weapons?

Originally posted on RealSpaceStrategy:
In the same STRATFOR article written by Mr. Omar Lamrani, the author states that “The current dependence on space…could give adversaries incentive to attack its infrastructure in orbit.” This entry will discuss this false notion that military dominance in space or at least the capability for offensive deterrence breeds war and…

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Examining the National Security Space Strategy-Through an Analogy of a Bullied School Boy

Originally posted on RealSpaceStrategy:
Editor’s Note: This week, the Secure World Foundation is hosting a lunch discussion regarding an “Examination of the National Security Space Strategy”. As the readers of this blog know, I have a book coming out that deconstructs the fallacies and inadequacies of the NSSS and its related concepts being advocated in…

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A Look at the Space Capabilities Section of the Pentagon’s 2016 China Military Report

The Pentagon released its 2016 China Military Report to Congress on May 16th.  To the extent I am focused on the space capabilities section, this is one of the more comprehensive space capabilities sections of the Report I have seen.  An short overview and comments follow: The Report discusses two new launchers: the  Long March […]

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