James Bennett is president and chairman of the board of Internet Transactions Transnational, Inc., as well as the founding president and director of the Anglosphere Institute. He is an adjunct senior fellow of the Hudson Institute and has contributed to a variety of publications there, as well as the author of his own book, The Anglosphere Challenge, among many other articles, book chapters, and commentaries.
James Bennett is president and chairman of the board of Internet Transactions Transnational, Inc., as well as the founding president and director of the Anglosphere Institute. He has previously co-founded Space Enterprise Consultants, the first consulting firm devoted solely to commercial space development, Arc Technologies, the American Rocket Company, among others. He has consulted to a variety of clients in the space communications and technology field.
He is also author of the book The Anglosphere Challenge: Why the English Speaking Nations Will Lead the Way in the Twenty-First Century. He has also written studies on space technology and commerce for the Reason Foundation, co-authored pieces on strategic forecasting for the Hudson Institute, and is president of the Foresight Institute. His other writings have appeared in publications such as the National Interest, Strategic Investment, American Outlook, the National Post, the Wall Street Journal, El Economista, Reason, InfoWorld, and many space trade publications.
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