Nobody Wants Rules in Space

By Patrick Tucker, Published by Defense One, 6 May 2021 As space becomes more crowded, there’s little hope for new international rules to make it safer. Debris from a crashing Chinese rocket hurtling toward Earth and a Russian projectile-shooting spy satellite are the two examples of a big problem: too

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On 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s landmark trip around Earth, Russia proposes talks to ban placement of all weapons in space

By Jonny Tickle, Published by Russia Today, 12 April 2021 In order to prevent a potential arms race in the cosmos, Russia has revealed that it wants to begin negotiations with other space-faring nations to create an international treaty to ban the deployment of weapons in Earth’s orbit. That’s according

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DoD Faces Tough Decisions On Space Rules

By Theresa Hitchens, Published in Breaking Defense - 2 February, 2021 "The understanding of what deterrence is has been misinterpreted, reinterpreted, run through a ringer, chopped up and turned into a hamburger. I mean, it's just that nobody there [at DoD] seems to understand what it means exactly," one former

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