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The International Space Station has long been an example of international cooperation, but over the last year, Russia’s multiple threats to abandon the project have raised questions about what would happen if it did.

  • Kaitlyn Johnson, deputy director of the Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Russia’s latest threat “seems a little more serious.”
  • However, the country did change its initial statement that it would leave in 2024, now saying it will start the process after 2024, said Johnson.
  • There is a process for partners to withdraw, and if negotiations are not reached, the whole operation may have to shut down, she said.

 

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