Category Archives: Cyberspace and Space

Is There A Place For Nuclear Deterrence in Cyberspace?

By Timothy Farnsworth In recent years, cyber attacks and the threats they pose have grown in sophistication, from low-level disruption and data theft—which are still a majority of cyber attacks—to high-level espionage and destruction. Stuxnet, a piece of malware believed … Continue reading

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Dumping the ABM Treaty: Was It Worth It?

In retrospect, the Bush administration should not have fielded its national missile defense system. The technology was not ripe; the threat had not materialized; and the opportunity cost was too high.  By Tom Z. Collina Ten years ago this week, … Continue reading

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An Out of This World Treaty

By ACA Intern Valerie Pacer In 2011, China will launch a permanent space station. On August 17, China announced that they had finished constructing the first module and it will now undergo testing. When the space station is launched, it … Continue reading

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