This article examines how the nation could better prepare to deter aggressive action in space and cyberspace, and if necessary, prevail should deterrence fail. The key themes throughout this article include a strong need for space and cyber situational awareness, the need for an international attribution and escalation framework, and a national investment in space and cyber education, along with an updated national strategy and military doctrine. Although related, this article focuses on deterrence and avoids the topic of cyber coercion.
Air & Space Power Journal
Reith, M. (2017). Brandishing Our Air, Space, and Cyber Swords: Recommendations for Deterrence and Beyond. Air & Space Power Journal, 31(4), 103–114.