Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

New books:

Moltz, James Clay. Crowded Orbits: Conflict and Cooperation in Space
-QB500.25.M67 2014

Tarikhi, Parviz. The Iranian Space Endeavor: Ambitions and Reality
-TL789.8.I7T37 2015


In our print Reference Collection:

Lexique de la guerre spatiale = Space war glossary
UG1530.L39 1989

Space and Security: a Reference Handbook
UG1523.H395 2011

Space warfare and defense : a historical encyclopedia and research guide
UG1530.C483 2008



Stimson Center
The Space Security Program's goals are to increase public awareness about the dangerous consequences of flight testing and deploying space weapons; provide policy makers, legislators, negotiators, and NGOs with information to construct wise space security choices; offer a pragmatic alternative to space weapons.

U.S. Department of Defense
The Space Posture Review (SPR) is a legislatively-mandated review of U.S. national security space policy and objectives, conducted jointly by the Secretary of Defense and the Director of National Intelligence. The SPR analyzes the relationship between military and national security space strategy and assesses space acquisition programs, future space systems, and technology development.