Though definitions sometimes differ, cislunar space generally refers to the space between Earth and the moon, including the moon’s surface and orbit. Any nation or entity that aims to establish a presence on the moon, or has ambitions to explore deeper into the solar system, has a vested interest in operating in cislunar space, either with communication and navigation satellites or outposts that serve as way stations between Earth and the moon.https://www.nbcnews.com/science/space/space-earth-moon-get-little-crowded-rcna64333
There is actually a limited amount of orbital space available between the Earth and the Moon (note: capitalize it, NBC! grrr..).
So, expect more and more competition for satellites — communication, navigation, and way stations.
And of course military and spy stations.
And by the way, only eight nations signed the so-called “Artemis Accords” in 2020. Guess who didn’t?