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Joan Johnson-Freese chair, National Security Strategy, Naval War College
Laura Grego researcher, Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists
Jennifer Donahue political anaylst
Joan Johnson-Freese, chair of the Department of National Security Strategy at the Naval War College, and Laura Grego, scientist for the Global Security Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, discuss space security and the future of space relations in a panel moderated by leading political analyst Jennifer Donahue.
The issues of US space policy, space-based weapons, arms control and US-China space relations are increasingly salient as space technology plays a progressively more important role in current military and commercial affairs. As the dominant power in space, the United States is faced with the challenge of maintaining a space policy that fosters cooperation and avoids conflict with other spacefaring nations.