Space situational awareness (SSA) is fast emerging as one of the few military space arenas where governments believe they can create real cross-border cooperative ties. Like other areas in the defense realm, milspace is widely viewed as too strategically important to be shared with other nations. Even within Europe, which has pushed the limits of sovereignty, collaboration has proven frustratingly difficult (AW&ST Dec. 7, p. 44). However, because of the shared threat, driven home ...

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