“To deter Russia, the US must immediately test its own ASAT capability while deploying swarms of smaller, “bodyguard” satellites designed to protect America’s sensitive satellites in Earth orbit from ASAT attack.” – Brandon J. Weichert in The Asia Times
Geopolitical analyst and author, Brandon J. Weichert, joins his colleague, Dr. Jacek Bartosiak on Bartosiak’s wonderful podcast, Strategy & Future … More
In Brandon J. Weichert’s newest op-ed at American Greatness, he highlights a series of significant intelligence failures regarding China and how these failures, if left unchecked, may lead to China conducting a “Pearl Harbor”-style surprise attack on the US against which the Americans have no reliable defense. Read on for more.
Brandon J. Weichert to John Batchelor and Gordon G. Chang when asked if China could defeat the US Navy in a conflict over Taiwan by taking down US military satellites in the first 3 hours of any fight, asserted that, “Yes, China can do this right now” and “without the coordinating capability that satellites provide the US military, it would likely be a strategic defeat for the US military.” These are the stakes if we continue to refuse to take space seriously, America.
Brandon J. Weichert lent his expertise to Gordon G. Chang for the newest featured article at the Gatestone Institute site. Beijing, in Weichert’s words, is planning a “Space Pearl Harbor.”
Brandon J. Weichert joined Mike Slater of The First to discuss in detail the dangers that face the United States the longer that China’s successful hypersonic weapons test goes unanswered.
Brandon J. Weichert joined Dana Loesch of The First to discuss the Hypersonic Weapons race between the US and China, how the Biden Administration is leading us to defeat in that race, and what to do about it. Check it out!
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.