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The final frontier: Does NATO have a space advantage, and how might adversaries degrade it?

The final frontier: Does NATO have a space advantage, and how might adversaries degrade it?

NATO members and partners are increasingly reliant on space-based assets to deliver joint operations. Ahead of this year’s Space Operations Summit, Defence IQ delved into their key vulnerabilities. Download this piece to learn more about how potential adversaries could exploit to gain advantage and dominance in the space domain

Same domain, different approaches: How various nations are preparing their space strategies

Same domain, different approaches: How various nations are preparing their space strategies

In this exclusive report, three speakers of this year’s Space Operations Summit share insight on the current space threat environment, their challenges in maintaining pace with technological development in the space domain and how they are working to address them. Download this report to find out more about:

  • Protecting and defending American space assets – Mr. Scott Van Sant, Senior Analyst, SSA Sharing Program, USSTRATCOM J51
  • Building an enhanced space situational awareness for the French armed forces – General (Ret) Philippe Steininger, Military Advisor to the President, French National Centre for Space Studies (CNES)
  • Space in the strategic calculus of smaller nations –  Dr. Christian F. Anrig, Chief of Doctrine, Swiss Air Force

Global Strategy and Trends Report 2019

Global Strategy and Trends Report 2019

NATO’s members and partners see the space domain as increasingly crucial to retain an operational advantage against potential adversaries. Several nations have already published their own space policies and strategies ahead of NATO’s releasing its own. Download this report to learn more about some of the countries that will attend this year’s Space Operations Summit:

  • Czech Republic 
  • France
  • Japan
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
  • United States