Articles Tagged: Russia

The RD-180 Rocket Engine Issue Guide

Preface The Issue Guide Series is a series of reports researched and written by the George C. Marshall Institute. The series examines current issues facing the space community while providing background information on important problems and policy decisions. If you have any questions or suggestions on this or future Issue Guides please email Travis Cottom […]

China, Talk and Cooperation in Space

At the end of June, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi, in the course of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, agreed to establish “regular bilateral government consultations on civil space cooperation.” Neither the purpose of these consultations nor the topics they will cover was immediately clear. The U.S. […]

Is the U.S. Negotiating a Secret Space Arms Control Agreement?

Republicans may be about to take the reins in the Senate but that doesn’t mean the administration is warming up its diplomatic muscles to cooperate and compromise with the Upper Chamber. Instead, it may look for ways it can push its agenda while avoiding Congress altogether. At least that’s what it appears to be doing […]

Russian Federation’s Approach to Military Space and Its Military Space Capabilities

The Russian Federation’s Approach to Military Space and Its Military Space Capabilities details Russia’s motivations, plans, and capabilities. “The report is an essential reference for scholars, students, and practitioners,” Institute President Jeff Kueter commented.  “It is a thorough treatment of the evolution of Russian thinking on space security questions and complements that analysis with an […]

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