Threats From Out of This World

Zack, Chris and Melanie get together to catch up on the latest Space Threat Assessment Report from the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS. People around the world are increasingly reliant on space assets for normal activities in their daily lives, but few rules of the road exist to guide behavior in space. Will it be possible to develop a system of cooperation that allows freedom of movement in space but also protects the economic and national security of all countries? Should we be worried about the rapid growth of private satellites and related equipment in space? Secretary of Defense Austin said that “space is already an area of ​​great power competition.” Given the interests of China, Russia and the United States in space, are we going into a space arms race?

Chris has a tackle for an exciting Kentucky Derby win, Zack remembers a friend who left too soon, and Melanie doubles down on America.

Episode Reading:

  • Todd Harrison, Kaitlyn Johnson, Makena Young, Nicholas Wood, and Alyssa Goessler Space Threat Assessment 2022CSIS, April 2022.
  • Svetla Ben-Itzahk: “Companies commercialize space. Do government programs still matter?” Washington PostJanuary 11, 2022.
  • James J. Cameron, “Russia has proved it can shoot down a satellite. Does that make the place less safe?” Washington PostNovember 23, 2021.
  • Amrith Ramkumar Jennifer Hiller and “Hamptons Opponents Hound Off-Shore Wind Project” Wall Street JournalApril 16, 2022.
  • Alex Taarrok, Comments in Faster Please! substackMay 6, 2022.
  • “Mine Detection Dog Patron of Ukraine von Zelensky awarded medal” ReutersMay 8, 2022.
  • Robert Manning and Peter Wilson, “The Coming Anarchy in Space,” The national interestApril 24, 2022.
  • Christopher Preble, “Covered Wars, To What Purpose?” War on the RocksAugust 7, 2019.
  • “80-1 Long Shot Rich Strike Wins Kentucky Derby”, ESPNMay 8, 2022.
  • Sheila A Smith, “Honoring Toshihiro Nakayama,” Council on Foreign Relations, May 9, 2022.

Image: US Space Force photo by Tech. Sergeant Luke Kitterman Threats From Out of This World

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