Mulder and Siegel in National Interest on Space Strategy

On March 29, Forward Defense Senior Military Fellow Christopher P. Mulder and Young Global Professional Julia Siegel wrote a piece in the National Interest on the role that space operations should play in a future National Defense Strategy. They argued that the centrality of space as a military domain will require a recognition of the need for new capabilities and strategies.

Outer space has long been recognized as the ultimate high ground, providing tremendous strategic advantage across domains.

Christopher P. Mulder & Julia Siegel

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