Teresa Hitchens

Director, Center for Defense Information

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Director of the Center for Defense Information and its Space Security Project; author of Future Security in Space: Charting a Cooperative Course

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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…

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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…

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