Past Events

Past Events

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

Why a Space Force Can Wait

Establishing a Department of the Space Force by 2020 is rushing into an end solution without proper consideration. Although there have been several space reorganization studies in the past two decades, a comprehensive public debate of our current space capabilities and their organization is just beginning.

Past Events

Past Events

Assessing Threats to Space Systems

Space is simultaneously a powerful enabler for the United States and a critical vulnerability. U.S. national security space systems are vulnerable to a wide range of threats, ranging from cyberattacks and jamming to direct-ascent anti-satellite (ASAT) missiles. CSIS’ Space Threat Assessment 2018 and the Secure World Foundation’s Global Counterspace Capabilities provide assessments of the open-source […]

Time4:30pm - 6:00pm
LocationThe Center for Strategic and International Studies

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), the Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) […]

Past Events

Scanning the Horizon for 2018: What’s Next in Cyber and Space?

Hosted ByThe International Institute for Strategic Studies

Military and commercial developments in both cyberspace and outer space are posing new foreign policy challenges. The event’s presenters will highlight potentially destabilizing trends and assess their likely impact on the future of international peace and security.

Time2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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