European milspace push gains strength, but treaty vote could upset plans
A looming French "no" vote on the European Union's constitutional treaty threatens to thwart a nascent push to integrate and broaden Europe's military space program, just as it appears to be gathering steam. Such an ominous development would be ironic, because France has been the leading proponent for a stronger military space agenda and has recently appeared to be winning converts. The French government last week reiterated its support for an expanded, sustainable milspace effort, ...
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