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Cheryl Rofer
This is a part of any treaty - the interaction and solving problems together, the transparency and being able to know what the other side has, rather than guess. It might even be the most important part of most treaties. It is the central part of the Open Skies Treaty.
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Cheryl Rofer Oct 7
Replying to @CherylRofer
What the treaty destroyers want is a world in which hearsay rules over fact, ignorance over understanding, and conflict over cooperation.
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Martin “Spooky Nuclear War” Pfeiffer (⧖) 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 7
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Neo-Hobbesian fuckwads, all of them when they're not either or also accelerationist millenarians or part of the "nuclear war for jesus" death cult.
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MadDelectosMum Oct 7
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Aron Oct 7
I have no comment lol
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Tony! Renner! Oct 7
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🆘️WHOA🎶OHHH DOMINO!🎶🆘️ Oct 7
looking for ! can show off how their target shooting has prepared them for combat in the glorious defense of the of . Are you serious ready to bury sons & daughters for this illiterate wastrel?
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Jake Hamby Oct 7
I recently watched part of a talk by an analyst for (non-proliferation group) about public satellite imagery for non-proliferation. Anything < 50cm was considered military until recently. Now the public can get 25 cm. It'll only improve.
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Jake Hamby Oct 7
The 25 cm limit is also US "national security" restrictions rather than technological. But that's what the US is letting the public buy from satellite imagery.
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