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Normen und Geopolitik im Weltall: Brexit, Risiken im Weltraum und die Rolle der Nato

Von Dr. Cornelia-Adriana Baciu (Twitter). Sie veröffentlichte das Buch “Peace, Security and Defence Cooperation in Post-Brexit Europe: Risks and Opportunities” (2019) (herausgegeben mit Prof. Dr. John Doyle, Dekan an Dublin City University). Sie leitet das Forschungsnetzwerk European Security and Strategy … Continue reading

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The U.S. Navy Has Created Genetically Modified Bacteria to Serve as Nanowires in Tiny Devices

by Darien Cavanaugh. Cavanaugh is a contributor for War is Boring and Reverb Press. He serves on the Board of Directors for Auntie Bellum. The Office of Naval Research (ONR) announced in mid-August that a team of microbiologists it sponsors … Continue reading

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What Happened to the Pentagon’s Formation-Flying Satellite?

by DAVID AXE The U.S. military has cancelled a seven-year, $200-million effort to develop a new kind of satellite — one comprising groups of small, formation-flying craft orbiting in tight-knit formations and sharing data wirelessly. The Future, Fast, Flexible, Fractionated … Continue reading

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Ambitious U.S. Space Transport Moves Forward

by DAVID AXE Against all odds, a controversial Pentagon concept for delivering people, robots and cargo through space to remote combat zones is moving forward. For nearly eight years the so-called Small-Unit Space Transport and Insertion concept, known by its … Continue reading

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