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No More Secrets?: Policy Implications of Commercial Remote Sensing Satellites

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This paper was originally written for the conference on "No More Secrets?: Policy Implications of Commercial Remote Sensing Satellites," held at the Carnegie Endowment on May 26, 1999. Sponsored by the Endowment's Project on Transparency, the conference brought together representatives of a score of countries, many U.S. government departments, congressional staff, several nongovernmental organizations, the private sector, and the media for a day-long immersion in the technical and policy issues associated with the emergence of commercial high-resolution satellites. The conference report is available from Ann Florini, director of the Project on Transparency. Highlights of the conference can be seen on the Endowment's web site at www.ceip.org. The Project on Transparency is deeply grateful to the Rockefeller Brothers Fund for its financial support for the conference.