NATO's first space strategy sees Earth's spheres of orbit as a theater of war - just like land or sea. A military expert has told RT that, while no one sends weapons beyond the skies, the militarization of space is inevitable. The military bloc's new space policy, which has just been unveiled, calls for using outer space the same way as land, sea, air or cyberspace. Not many details are known about the strategy, but a major question arises here - is the world's biggest military alliance giving itself free rein to deploy weapons into orbit, just like the leeway it permits itself when it comes to dozens of non-NATO countries? Mikhail Khodarenok, a Russian military expert and retired air defense colonel, believes that it will take some time until NATO creates a viable space force. No country will deploy weapons in space in the short term, because "anti-satellite devices are currently under development in all of the major countries," he told RT. However, it doesn't mean that the...
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