Competición entre grandes potencias y militarización del espacio exterior

Great Powers Competition and Outer Space Militarization



Palabras clave:

Poder espacial, Fuerzas militares, Tecnología militar, Grandes potencias, Estrategia.


El espacio ultraterrestre es cada vez más relevante para la conducción de las operaciones militares. Este artículo contextualiza la importancia que le conceden Estados Unidos, China, Rusia e India en el marco de las teorías estratégicas del poder espacial y en los nuevos conceptos militares relacionados con las operaciones en todos los dominios


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Cómo citar

Jordán Enamorado, J. (2023). Competición entre grandes potencias y militarización del espacio exterior: Great Powers Competition and Outer Space Militarization . Araucaria, 25(53).