Brandon J. Weichert joins Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky on their wonderful podcast, FEUDAL FUTURE, to discuss his book, WINNING SPACE: HOW AMERICA REMAINS A SUPERPOWER. Watch to learn about the new space race, innovation, and the Sino-American competition for control of the future.
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We Must Mine Space Before China Does
China has engaged in a decades-long strategy of encirclement of the United States. They have focused on capturing critical resources in order to hold America hostage. In my recent op-ed at American Greatness, I argue that the United States must mine the moon and asteroids before China does, in order to prevent China’s total dominance of rare earth metals.
The Wrong Stuff: U.S. Space Policy
The president’s recent tweet undercutting his administration’s moon-Mars plan underscores a terrible misconception about space policy on the president’s part. It’s not just about taking a pretty picture on the Red Planet. It’s about taking territory before our rivals can. Therefore, taking the moon first and then pushing on to Mars is the only way to get Americans in space permanently.
China Is Beating the United States In The New Space Race
“China has been playing the greatest game of geopolitical, technological and economic catch-up with the West in history. With their recent strides in all three fields, China has caught up. What’s more, China is poised to beat the United States in the new space race—a race that America, apparently, isn’t even interested in taking part in.”
Space Nationalism Now!
“America faces a world of severe threats with rapidly growing capabilities to threaten the United States—from space. A succession of American administrations have watched the threat grow over the last 30 years and done little to deter it. Now the threats are metastasizing. The solution, as Donald Trump has shown since 2016, is in nationalism—that is, space nationalism.”
The Case for Space Dominance
The United States is losing to China in space development and space warfare. This lecture addresses how to remedy that.
Because You Asked: Is Space Weaponization Dangerous?
I respond to questions on my recent Risk Assessment on Space Weaponization–Is Space Weaponization Dangerous? Yes, but not as dangerous as leaving the strategic high ground open to others.