The Space Policy Project promotes American national security and international stability by providing the public and decision-makers with information and analysis on civil and military space issues, policies and programs. The Project is dedicated to increasing international cooperation in space as a means of improving global cooperation to solve problems on Earth -- promoting space as a domain of collaboration rather than conflict. The Project also focuses both on specific policy questions related to advanced technology weapons, such as ballistic missile proliferation, commercial space development, and military space systems.
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