The Washington Post said U.S. officials are debating rules for a war in space. The debate comes on the heels of Ukraine successfully using commercial satellites to help repel the Russian invasion.
A top Russian official said his country could target the growing fleet of commercial satellites if they are used to help Ukraine. The U.S. said any attack on its infrastructure would be met with a response. The question is, “What response?”
Socionomic Causality in Politics said that “geopolitical factors alone do not propel countries’ military actions; social mood ultimately regulates a society’s propensity to go to war or to seek peace.” Mood is negative in Russia, where the RTS index has been in a bear market for more than a decade.
The October 2016 issue of The Socionomist said that the longer Russia remained in this trend, the greater the likelihood it would commit acts of aggression against its neighbors and the West. To learn more read, “Is the Fog of War Also the Fog of Negative Mood?”
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