U) Strategic Stability in Outer Space After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
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U) Strategic Stability in Outer Space After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

20 October 2023

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29 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, “Speech of the Head of the Russian Federation Delegation K. [...] For example, a document presented to the same Open-Ended Working Group a year later in 2023 stated that “the Russian Federation proceeds from the inadmissibility of conflicts in outer space in principle as bearing a serious existential threat to all humankind.” 32 The Draft Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, the Threat or Use of Force Against Outer Space Objects p. [...] 33 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, the Threat or Use of Force Against Outer Space Objects, June 16, 2014, 599726.html. [...] Because of the significant deterioration in relations between Russia and the US after the invasion of Ukraine, Moscow suspended its participation in the New START treaty in February 2023.37 Commenting on the fate of the treaty, Russian presidential spokesperson Dmitry Peskov accused Washington of undermining “the legal basis in the field of arms control and security” and creating extremely hostile. [...] 42 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, “The Speech of the Head of the Russian Federation Delegation K.

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strategic stability, outer space, russia, invasion, ukraine, carnegie

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