SFA is honored to speak with
Gen (Ret.) James E. Cartwright, USMC
and Lt Col Chris Mulder, at the Atlantic Council on their recent report
"The Future of Security in Space: A Thirty-Year US Strategy"
"Activity in space is rapidly expanding with an explosion of actors and commerce in recent years. More than seventy nations operate national space programs, making international space governance prime for a reboot. Private-sector investment in unique space technologies and more affordable space launch creates the exciting prospect of a space commerce boom. Meanwhile, the increasing salience of space in great-power competition and counterspace capabilities threaten freedom of access. Space exploration will likely evolve at pace over the next decades, offering potential resource abundance and the ability to expand the frontiers of space development. The United States and its allies require a strategy to meet the moment and shape the strategic landscape through 2050 and beyond."
- Atlantic Council Website