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Space Warfare
NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE DEFENSE AND PROTECTION  

The National Academy of Sciences was established in 1863 by an Act of Congress, signed by President Lincoln, as a private, nongovernmental institution to advise the nation on issues related to science and technology. ...Read more >

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SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES IN UNLIT SPACES   By Joseph A. Royo

The purpose of the Institute of Land Warfare is to extend the educational work of AUSA by sponsoring scholarly publications, to include books, monographs and essays on key defense issues, as well as workshops and ...Read more >

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THE IRANIAN SEA AIR MISSILE THREAT TO GULF SHIPPING  By Anthony H. Cordesman

Iran has good strategic reasons to seek political accommodation with its Arab Gulf neighbors, to reach an agreement with the P5+1 over its nuclear programs, and to put an end to decades of tension with the US and other Western ...Read more >

143 Pages
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DANGEROUS SPACE INCIDENTS  By Micah Zenko

As space systems increasingly perform and support critical operations, a variety of plausible nearterm incidents in outer space could precipitate or exacerbate an international crisis. The most grave space ...Read more >

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THE INELUCTABLE OUTER SPACE FOR INDIAS NATIONAL SECURITY  By Ajay Bohtan

Acquisition of the high ground for military advantage has been a perennial feature of military campaigns. For thousands of years, military tacticians have exploited the concept of capturing or keeping the high ground in military ...Read more >

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THE HARD TRUTH ABOUT EASY FIGHTING THEORIES : THE ARMY IS NEEDED MOST WHEN SPECIFIC OUTCOMES MATTER  By Huba Wass de Czege

The new wisdom around the Washington Beltway is that when the greatest dangers lie in a naval theater, and when the nation has little inclination to venture into land theaters to sort out complex conflicts, then naval power conjoined with airpower is the defense investment of ...Read more >

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STRATEGIC SPACE AND INDIA  

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INDUSTRIAL SPACE COLLABORATION : THE GLOBAL QUEST FOR BEST VALUE  

Security, civil, and commercial space involve technical, economic, and political challenges,Successful progress in space will require the best minds on the planet, The primary criteria for membership in a ...Read more >

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SPACE ASSETS AND INFORMATION SUPERIORITY  

•More intelligent and informationalisedWeaponry and equipment. •Better streamlined Force structure and systems. •Automation in command and control. •Dimensional expansion from traditional three dimensions to present five dimensions. (Land, Sea, Air, Space and Electromagnetism). •System orientation to operational ...Read more >

25 Pages
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SPACE INDUSTRY AND PROMISING TECHNOLOGIES  

A macro view of current and perceivable future of Space Industry and suggest that independent industry players should attempt to invest into ...Read more >

42 Pages
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THE EMERGING WORLD SPACE ORDER : AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE  

SDI the perfect defence against Ballistic Missiles.Multiple layers of defence –during boost, mid course and terminal phases of flight.Both ground based and space based offensive and defensive componentsTechnically flawed but forced the USSR to respond with ...Read more >

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS : DR. APJ ABDUL KALAM  

I firmly believe that space faring nations have the responsibility to put their efforts together to launch time bound, financially shared programmes in order to take up societal missions on a large scale - pooling their capabilities in launch vehicles, spacecraft and applications. Such major cooperation itself will act as a great measure of space security, in addition to empowering the most underprivileged, minimizing communication gaps and reducing threats for ...Read more >

12 Pages
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THREATS TO SPACE ASSETS AND INDIAS OPTIONS  

Space assets are vulnerable to a variety of threats that include jamming of communications, command and control systems/links, physical attacks on satellites and ground stations, dazzling or blinding of satellite sensors; high-altitude nuclear detonations (HAND). Though in the past space has been used to support military operations, it has remained a conflict -free zone and this may hold true in the future ...Read more >

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