Articles Tagged: John Sheldon

Returning to Fundamentals: Deterrence and U.S. National Security in the 21st Century

Is deterrence a “one-size fits all” strategic concept? Can it be applied equally effectively to security challenges as diverse as nuclear weapons and cyberspace? Or do the emerging domains of outer space and cyberspace require their own deterrence strategies? These and related questions are the subject of a collection of essays recently published by the […]

A Day Without Space: Considering National Security Implications

On July 19, 2011 the Space Enterprise Council and the George C. Marshall Institute hosted A Day Without Space: Considering National Security Implications. The Day Without Space series was launched in 2008 and strives to educate policy makers and the public about the growing importance of space to their daily lives and to U.S. economic and […]

National Security Space: Policy and Program Developments

Oct06 National Security Space: Policy and Program Developments 12:00 am

Deterrence in Space: Responding to Challenges to the U.S. in Outer Space

Nov13 Deterrence in Space: Responding to Challenges to the U.S. in Outer Space 12:00 am

A Day Without Space: Economic and National Security Ramifications

Space systems provide significant benefits to American commerce and national security.  On October 16, 2008 the George Marshall Institute and the Space Enterprise Council of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a “A Day Without Space” to discuss the implications of losing access to space-borne assets and information for the U.S. economy and national security. Speakers […]

Space Issues in 2007

Jan22 Space Issues in 2007 12:00 am

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