"Prospects for progress on space security diplomacy"
By Paul Meyer
Senior Fellow, The Simons Foundation
Published by Room, The Space Journal
The diplomacy of space security is a difficult realm in which to assess progress. There are no set benchmarks and little movement on which to base a call as to whether matters are progressing or regressing and to a degree it resembles a ‘glass half full or half empty’ type of determination. Paul Meyer outlines the situation and suggests some possible answers.
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Amb. (Ret) Paul Meyer is Adjunct Professor of International Studies and Fellow in International Security, Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada; and Senior Fellow in Space Security, The Simons Foundation.