In Response: Comrades of Convenience

By Jordan M. Sotudeh

This piece is a response to Michael Sampson's “From Competition to Partnership,” which can be found here.

About the Author: Jordan Sotudeh is a second-year master’s candidate in International Science and Technology Policy at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, where he researches space, innovation and national security topics. He also has a certificate in Political Economy and a bachelor’s in International Relations (Honors), Anthropology, and French from New York University. Jordan has been published in SpaceNews, International Affairs Review, Inquiry, and Sole Literary Journal. He is currently a volunteer policy analyst at OSD(P) Space.

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