The United States is poised to become the first state to launch a space nuclear propulsion system under Space Policy Directive-6. But while the directive’s goal of space exploration is admirable, it gives too little attention to crucial safety considerations.
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The White House today released the National Critical and Emerging Technology Strategy. You can read the document here or below.
Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Order from Chaos.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released the 2019 National Intelligence Strategy on Tuesday afternoon. The full document is below.
Below is the declassified summary of the 2018 National Defense Strategy:
In a series of tweets on New Year’s Eve, President Donald Trump expressed strong support for Iranians protesting against their autocratic regime. He added that the United States would be “watching very closely for human rights violations!” The president’s pronouncements have been valuable in emphasizing the importance of human rights in Iran.
Dueling high level strategy documents in both the United States and China portend an intensifying competition for leadership and influence at the global systemic level. The coming years are likely to see a deepening contest in the diplomatic, economic, cyber, and information domains, even as the risks of major war remain low. Although the U.S. strategy has garnered considerable scrutiny, less attention has been paid to the directives outlined in key official Chinese strategy documents.
The White House outlined it's national security strategy in a document on Monday. At 2:00 p.m. EST, the president will deliver remarks on the strategy.
The White House released the following National Security Strategy document on Monday, Dec. 18.