George Khoukaz


The United States’ interest in enlarging and increasing its presence in outer space is an extension of its current geographically extensive military presence around the globe. These outer-space exploratory goals are compared to the expansionist aspirations of ocean-born European empires of the 17th and 18th centuries; and therefore project a future where nations will compete over space-control to gain a geostrategic advantage on Earth.



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