In his Address to Congress last April, President Biden issued a call to action to deliver on the promise of democracy. “Can our democracy overcome the lies, anger, hate and fears that have pulled us apart? America’s adversaries – the autocrats of the world – are betting it can’t.” As we consider this global call…
Chasing the Infinite
IN THIS ISSUE
The geopolitics of space exploration has become a leading factor in the competition among States in the XXI Century. In this issue the key determinants of the geopolitical and economic role of the new space race will be analyzed in depth. Robert Cardillo shows the role of geospatial intelligence in the strategy of leading global powers; Marcello Spagnulo analyzes how the Ukraine War has changed the dynamics of space competitions, creating new rivalries even in the outer space. Brian Berger and José Salgado study how the new space race is affecting business and how the New Space Economy is becoming a field full of opportunities for firms and governments.