High-resolution satellite images will soon be available to just about anyone who wants to buy them. Some say this threatens our privacy and security. Others say its a sign of a new age of “transparency” that will lead to cooperation and peace.


  • Mark Brender Director of Washington operations for Space Imaging
  • Ann Florini Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Henry Sokolski Nonproliferation Policy Education Center


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