Past Events

Space Security: Issues for the New U.S. Administration

On March 22, 2017, the Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI) convened in Washington, DC the fourth conference in its Space Security series, in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). This year’s gathering, entitled “Space Security: Issues for the New U.S. Administration,” provided an opportunity to understand the issues facing the Trump Administration in the space domain.

Time8:30 am - 4:15 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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How to Organize Military Space

This one-day symposium, hosted by the CSIS Aerospace Security Project, will explore how the military space enterprise should be organized given the increasing importance of space as a warfighting domain. Speakers will examine previous efforts to reorganize military space forces, problems that need to be addressed, and the pros and cons of different organizational models that have been tried in other parts of the military.

Time8:30 am - 2:30 pm
LocationCenter for Strategic and International Studies

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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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Dupont Summit on Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy

Hosted ByThe Policy Studies Organization

The purpose of the Dupont Summit is to promote interdisciplinary dialogue about pressing issues related to science, technology and the environment. The conference mirrors the interest of the PSO and its partners in promoting conversation about current policy concerns.

Time12:50 pm - 2:05 pm
LocationWhittemore House
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Next Steps for Japan-U.S. Cooperation in Space

The space domain is increasingly important to Japan and the United States for both military security and economic prosperity. Space has also become a key enabler for the projection of military power, allowing mobile forces to be networked over greater distances and across all regions of the globe. What are the next steps for Japan – U.S. cooperation in the space domain?

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