The Space Gap, Access to Technology, and the Perpetuation of Poverty

@article{Way2018TheSG,
  title={The Space Gap, Access to Technology, and the Perpetuation of Poverty},
  author={Tyler A. Way},
  journal={International ResearchScape Journal},
  year={2018}
}
  • Tyler A. Way
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • International ResearchScape Journal
States with economies big enough to support space programs and invest in those programs use technology that has revitalized the international system. States without access to space and these scientific inventions are often left behind when it comes to investment opportunities and participation in the international market. States utilize space technology to perpetuate intentionally or unintentionally the poverty of developing states. By examining how investing in space telecommunications… 

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