Self-Defense: A Matter for “Consensus”?

In this week’s edition of The Space Review, Brian Chow submitted a brief article to discuss the “justification of US pre-emptive self-defense.”  His focus was related to “space stalkers” that could attack “several critical satellites from such a close proximity that the US would not have time to save them-if it waited until the attacks […]

Serious about Space Protection?

Recently in the January 4, 2016 edition of Space News magazine, the cover headlines read as follows, “Can $ 5.5B prevent a war in space?” This question is referring to the budget allocation that the Department of Defense has pledged to addressing the issues of threats to American space systems due to the increase in […]