With space now considered a domain of war, hotlines between U.S. and foreign rivals might be worth contemplating, said Lt. Gen. B. Chance Saltzman, deputy chief of operations of the U.S. Space Force
Guidelines issued by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin for responsible space operations should be part of a wider conversation about how to maintain safety and security in space, a senior Pentagon official said July 26.
The Atlantic Council released a new report that calls on the United States and allies to advocate for new global rules for safe operations in outer space.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin last week received his first high-level briefing on space issues since taking office.
Companies that operate commercial satellites should participate in the growing conversation about rules of behavior in space, a Eutelsat executive said March 16.
Protecting U.S. and allied activities in cislunar space presents significant technological challenges that must be surmounted to ensure U.S. preeminence in the cislunar regime.
Gen. John Raymond said recent orbital maneuvers by a Russian “inspector” satellite are concerning and threaten stability in space.
A study by the Aerospace Corporation says ending the New START Treaty could destabilize outer space.
Stopher will be a senior fellow at the Prague Security Studies Institute's space security program
Should dominance be our immediate space security priority? The short answer is no.
At this 11th hour, the United States can still close the window of nuclear vulnerability, provided it can choose the right approach and act now.
New report from the Defense Intelligence Agency says the Chinese and Russian militaries rely on space systems to command and control forces worldwide.
A Space Force without the complementary effort of diplomacy and confidence building would be a recipe for incalculable escalation of unnecessary tension between states.