Enhancing Space Deterrence Thought for Nuclear Threshold Threats

Enhancing space deterrence thought for nuclear threshold threats (part 1)
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Military planners need to consider threats not just from conventional anti-satellite weapons but also alternatives once dismissed as “unthinkable.” (credit: DRDO) Most governments when asked to choose between war and peace are likely to choose peace because it looks safer. These same governments if asked to choose between getting the first or second strike will very likely choose the first strike…once they feel war is inevitable, or even very probable. – Herman Kahn, On Thermonuclear War (1960) Space fighting is not far off. National security has already exceeded territory and territorial waters and airspace and territorial space should also […]

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SNN Editor: The only reason I curate this article is to show that there are some who still think that military aggression is a way of life. Unfortunately this is a really way of thinking and living.


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