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Limit Military Command Of Spy Satellites: Butterworth

Posted by Bob Butterworth on


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When Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work unveiled what we are now, unfortunately, calling the JICSPOC, there were many many questions and few answers. Among the most important questions was: if spy and military satellites are being flown and monitored from the same place and a satellite appears to be under attack, who will command — the Intelligence… Keep reading →

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HASC Shoots Down Space Code Of Conduct

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


HASC votes to restrict Administration’s ability to negotiate international "space code of conduct" — explained here:  http://bit.ly/JfscX1 SydneyFreedberg

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Safe Passage: Why The Pentagon Wants An International “Code Of Conduct” For Space

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“Safe passage”: That, in two words, is what Air Force Space Command chief Gen. William Shelton says the U.S. military will gain from an international “code of conduct” on space activities that the State Department is now negotiating – in the face of intense skepticism from some key members of Congress. Shelton and other Pentagon… Keep reading →

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White House Moves To Reassure Hill, Allies on Space Code

Posted by Colin Clark on


The State and Defense departments scrambled to “correct misperceptions” on Capitol Hill, in foreign capitals and throughout the international space community about American intentions regarding an international space code of conduct. That’s the way a source familiar with the government’s discussions put it. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Defense Department spokesman George Little… Keep reading →

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US Nixes Euro Space Code; Builds Own ‘Sweet Spot’

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: In an important policy shift, the United States will not adopt a European Union code governing space activities, space debris and international data, a senior State Department official said today. At the tail end of a breakfast today with reporters, Ellen Tauscher,undersecretary of State for arms control and international security, said that the U.S.… Keep reading →

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U.S. Presses Ahead On Space Code While China Ignores Us

Posted by Colin Clark on


Omaha: What if you crafted an international nuclear arms agreement and didn’t get all the major nuclear powers to sign on? That’s sort of the position the United States finds itself in as it pursues an international code of conduct designed to encourage international space cooperation to limit space debris and encourage information sharing about… Keep reading →

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