Toward Fusion of Air and Space

הכנס אורגן על ידי מכון רנד בשיתוף מכון פישר, חיל האויר הישראלי
וסוכנות החלל הישראלית.
הכנס התקיים בתל-אביב במרץ 2001 , סכום הכנס פורסם על ידי מכון רנד.

PREFACE, SUMMARY, AGENDA, AKNOWLEDGMENTS, ACRONYMS

CHAPTER ONE
CONFERENCE OVERVIEW AND OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Conference Overview
Ariel E. Levite and Dana J. Johnson
Opening Keynote Address: A Vision for Air and Space Potential
General Ronald R. Fogleman, United States Air Force (Ret.) 

CHAPTER TWO
MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL SPACE REALITIES
International Military Space Operations and Integration
Colonel James D. Rendleman, United States Air Force

Commercial Applications of Payloads and Services: Remote Sensing
Kevin O’Connell, RAND, Arlington, Virginia
U.S. Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Factors in Military and
Commercial Space
John P. Barker, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for

Nonproliferation Controls, U.S. Department of State
Emerging Challenges: National Security Requirements and
Economic/Commercial Interests
Scott Pace, RAND, Arlington, Virginia

CHAPTER THREE
ADDITIONAL PERSPECTIVES
  
A Question of Balance: French Space Policy in the Global Age
Xavier Pasco, Foundation for Strategic Research, Paris, France
Requirements for Indigenous Military Capabilities
The Case of China
Joan Johnson-Freese, Department of Transnational Studies, Asia-
Pacific Center for Security Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii

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CHAPTER FOUR 1 קובץ גדול, התאזר בסבלנות
ADDITIONAL DILEMMAS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Revolution in Military Affairs: Choices for a Small Nation
Lieutenant General Johan Kihl, Director, Strategy, Plans, and
Policy, Swedish Armed Forces, Sweden
 
CHAPTER FOUR 2
Arms Control Options in and from Space
Paul Meyer, Department of Foreign Affairs and International
Trade, Ottawa, Canada
 
Dual-Use Aspects of Space Technology and the Implications for
the Middle East
Gerald M. Steinberg, Bar-Ilan University, Israel 
Case Studies in Using Commercial Satellite Imagery for
Regional Conflict Resolution
John C. Baker, RAND, Arlington, Virginia

CHAPTER FIVE 1
STRATEGIC CHOICES FOR SMALL AND MIDDLE POWERS
Space Development in Korea
Hong-Yul Paik, Director, Satellite Operation Center, Korea
Aerospace Research Institute, South Korea
CHAPTER FIVE 2
Dilemmas in Space Strategy for Regional Powers
A Brazilian Perspective
Demetrio Bastos-Netto, Chief, Combustion and Propulsion
Laboratory, INPE-CES, Brazil
CHAPTER FIVE 3
Meeting Australia’s Space Requirements Through Collaborative and
Coalition Arrangements
Roy Sach, Director, Defence Space Engagement, Department of
Defence, Australia
CHAPTER FIVE 4
Japanese Aerospace and National Security
Tetsuo Tamama, Senior Researcher, Defense Research Center,
Japan

CHAPTER SIX
SPACE VISION AND POLICY OPTIONS: ISRAELI PERSPECTIVES
Air and Space Strategy for Small Powers: Needs and Opportunities
Major General Dani Haloutz, Commander of the Israeli Air
Force




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