Space force? Not so fast.

Bryan Nakayama is a visiting instructor in international relations.

Creating a space force, a wing of the U.S. military in space, would undermine the effectiveness of the current military space exploration and potentially lead to a weaponization of space, according to Bryan Nakayama, visiting instructor in international relations.

Nakayama’s op-ed appeared in Fortune on June 21, 2018.

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