Brandon J. Weichert joined NDTV to discuss the importance of Richard Branson’s recent spaceflight.
Brandon J. Weichert joined David Zhang of NTD Television to discuss his new book, WINNiNG SPACE, and the threat that China and Russia pose the United States in the strategic high ground.
Brandon J. Weichert discusses Donald Rumsfeld’s true legacy in his recent Asia Times op-ed: While some of the details of Rumsfeld’s new way of war may have missed their mark in the Global War on Terror, his vision and his fears are still relevant today. Particularly regarding a “Space Pearl Harbor.” If such an attack was merely a “possibility” in 2001, it is a high probability today.
Brandon J. Weichert joined Eric Cervone on his podcast, HONEST OFFENSE, to discuss his new book, WINNING SPACE: HOW AMERICA REMAINS A SUPERPOWER (Republic Book Publisher).
The Washington Free Beacon interviewed me and a handful of other space experts about the threat that China’s new modular space station poses. Check it out!
Brandon J. Weichert pours some cold water on the hopes of postmodern Western liberal imperialists who assume that China will become a democracy. It won’t. Act accordingly.
Brandon J. Weichert joined NTD News/The Epoch Times for a wide-ranging interview about the threat that China’s new modular space station poses to the US and the world. Video at top of article.
In his most recent Asia Times column, Brandon J. Weichert warns readers of the threat posed by Russia’s renewed interest in dominating the strategic high ground of space.
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.
In his recent Real Clear Politics op-ed, Brandon J. Weichert talks about the threat that China’s space and Mars program poses the United States. Don’t believe the naysayers. The future belongs to the nation that wants to own it the most. And China does. Do we?