Space, Cyberspace, and Strategic Stability in the Asia-Pacific
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Objective: The Asia-Pacific is emerging as the world’s most dynamic strategic environment with expanding geopolitical significance and military importance. Emerging strategic dynamics, such as space and cyberspace capabilities, have the potential to dramatically influence regional stability. This two-year project seeks to analyze the implications of reliance on space and cyber technologies for strategic stability in the Asia-Pacific, including increasing pressure on traditional deterrence frameworks. This project will deepen understanding of the complex dynamics influencing strategic stability in the region and unlock new policy considerations to address in Asia. Through a better understanding of these issues, the United States will be in an improved position to manage growing threats in the region to its security and prosperity.
Performer: National Bureau of Asian Research Project Lead: Abraham Denmark Project Cost: $225,000 FY15-16
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