Events — 2005
The Space Policy Institute Presents a Conference on
Emerging Issues in Security Space: International Perspectives
Conference Organized by
Space Policy Institute/Security Policy Studies Program
Elliott School of International Affairs
George Washington University
Thursday May 12, 2005
The theme of this all-day conference was how U.S. actions and stated intentions related to the national security aspects of space are viewed by other countries, and whether there is a basis for convergence among the perspectives of the United States and other countries with respect to creating a regime for the security uses of space, and for making all uses of space secure, that is acceptable to all or most spacefaring countries. Speakers included individuals from Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Several of the papers presented at the conference are included in John M. Logsdon and Audrey M. Schaffer, Perspectives on Space Security. For a copy of this publication, click here.
To view the program for the conference, click here .
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