PARIS — The French government is expected to announce a new military space strategy in the coming months intended to reflect the concerns raised by anti-satellite tests by India and China — and before them, Russia and the United States — and both Russian and Chinese geostationary-orbit satellites maneuvering closely to French military assets.

Little about the new strategy is known, notably whether it will be given a larger budget and whether it will stress French sovereign priorities or an openness to the European Union and the EU’s proposed new defense . . .

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