The U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy told lawmakers May 11 that the Pentagon has not formally embraced a draft European Union (EU) code of conduct for space, but he indicated that the Obama administration sees the deal as one way to pressure Russia and China over space debris and aggressive orbital activity. Gregory Schulte, an experienced diplomat dealing with national security issues who still uses the title “ambassador,” testified to the Senate Armed ...


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