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The Dark Arts in Space: Developments in Counterspace Weapons

Please join analysts from CSIS and the Secure World Foundation as they discuss their latest reports on counterspace weapons and threats to space systems. Moderated by Kaitlyn Johnson, Deputy Director of Aerospace Security Project Featuring: LtCol Joe Moye, CMC Executive Fellow to CSIS Victoria Samson, Washington Office Director for Secure World Foundation Brian Weeden, Director […]

Time1:00pm ET

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A Conversation With General Raymond

Join the Center for Strategic and International Studies as we welcome remarks by General John W. Raymond, Commander of the U.S. Space Command and Commander of the Air Force Space Command. He will be discussing the stand up of USSPACECOM and his plans for growing and developing the command in the coming years. This event […]

Time8:30 am - 9:30 am
LocationCSIS Headquarters, 2nd Floor
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Professional Development Course: Understanding National Security Space

Understanding National Security Space is a professional development program designed to explore the technical, budgetary, and policy issues in the U.S. national security space enterprise. Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in international security, space policy, missile defense, or other related areas.

Space Environment: Total Payloads Launched by Country

The following is an excerpt from Appendix A of “Escalation and Deterrence in the Second Space Age,” a featured report from the CSIS Aerospace Security Project.    The analysis of the space environment presented in the first chapter of this report utilizes data from publicly available databases, including Space-Track.org (Space-Track), the Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) […]

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Escalation and Deterrence in the Second Space Age

On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1, the first human-made object to orbit the Earth. Precisely 60 years later, space-faring nations face a much different space environment; one that’s more diverse, disruptive, disordered, and dangerous. Today’s space domain presents a number of asymmetries that differ from other domains, creating a deterrence environment with unique policy implications.

Time3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies
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