17 May 2013
The KSLV I Launch and South Korea's Space Strategy
South Korea is a relative newcomer to the global ‘space race’.
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14 May 2013
Russian Perspectives on Spacepower
While Russia remains an established spacepower, it needs to keep its ambitions in check, or so argues Alexei Arbatov.
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13 May 2013
US Strategy in Space
What are the general and security-centered strategies guiding the US’s conduct in outer space? Today, General Robert Kehler and Ambassador Gregory Schulte describe them and discuss Washington’s attempts to make them a reality.
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9 May 2013
Transparency and Confidence Building in Outer Space: Inching Toward Action
Progress at the multilateral level in addressing potential challenges to space security has been glacially slow, observes Theresa Hitchens.
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8 May 2013
Finding Space in Deterrence
In the past, deterrence in space was considered simply one element of nuclear stability.
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7 May 2013
Security and Space Power
Space Power is set to play an increasingly important role in statecraft and conflict prevention in the future.
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6 May 2013
International Relations Theory and Spacepower
Just as geography has historically framed and even defined the conceptualization of international relations, space is increasingly bounding 21st century IR discourse.
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3 May 2013
What Is to Be Done?
To conclude our exploration of the topic, Mark Galeotti looks today at what can be done to lower the combined effects of war, crime and violence.
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2 May 2013
Clients and Enablers
According to Mark Galeotti, nation-states, mercenaries and corruption are all part of a social superstructure that facilitates the privatization of violence and the criminalization of state assets.
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1 May 2013
The Crime-Conflict Nexus: Warlords and Pseudo-States
When a state is unable to maintain its monopoly on violence, power-vacuums inevitably arise.
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