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). The gathering was entitled "Space Security: Issues for the New U.S. Administration" and provided one of earliest opportunities to understand the Trump Administration’s approach to space security and offered insights that will hopefully help shape this policy portfolio in the period ahead. Previous PSSI Space Security Conferences were held in 2011 (in Prague), 2013 (in Tokyo), and 2016 (in Prague), co-organized with the European Space Agency (ESA), the Office of National Space Policy of the Japanese Prime Minister’s Cabinet Office, and the Secure World Foundation (SWF), respectively.
To learn more about PSSI's past Space Security conferences, please click on the links bellow.
- PSSI Washington
- European Space Agency (ESA)
- Harris Corporation
- Fondation pour la recherche stratégique
- Airbus Defence and Space
Articles stemming from PSSI's Space Security Conference
- STRATCOM’s No. 2 says clear space norms could help with North Korea
- Agreement on goals, but no easy answer for future of national security space launch, experts say
- U.S. Military Lacks Clear Rules of Engagement in Space
- China And Russia Test The U.S. In Space
- Panel Discussion on Space Crisis Dynamics and Uncertainty
- US Vice Admiral Calls for Code of Conduct for Space
- Star Wars: US Must Prep for Space Battles, Commander Says