Space is a current and future battleground without terrain. Where invisible enemies conceivably could mount undetectable attacks to devastating effect.
That is, if the right deterrent and defensive plans aren’t pursued now.
Madelyn R. Creedon, the assistant defense secretary for global strategic affairs, spoke to a Stimson Center gathering whose audience included analysts focused on the question of deterrence in space. The center released a publication this week titled “Anti-satellite Weapons, Deterrence and Sino-American Space Relations,” presenting a number of essays examining various perspectives on space deterrence. – See more at:
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