Geoffrey Forden

former Weapons Inspector, United Nations

Guest

Research Associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, specializing in Russian and Chinese space systems; former UN weapons inspector

Geoffrey Forden on KCRW

Yesterday's nuclear test by North Korea got an  angry response  from the United Nations Security Council, even including China and Russia.

North Korean Missile Test

Yesterday's nuclear test by North Korea got an angry response from the United Nations Security Council, even including China and Russia.

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Ronald Reagan's space-based missile-defense program died with the Cold War, but satellites are now key to America's military superiority, as our Army, Air Force and Navy -- even the…

Is It Possible to Ban Weapons in Space?

Ronald Reagan's space-based missile-defense program died with the Cold War, but satellites are now key to America's military superiority, as our Army, Air Force and Navy -- even the…

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