Understanding the Impact of Outer Space on International Security
Humanity’s growing dependence on space and space assets raises contentious issues. Discussions about the responsibility of humanity’s use of space has become increasingly critical, whether the topic is purely practical, such as mitigating space debris and orbital congestion or, with the advent of new technologies and new actors, has more wide-ranging consequences for governance and space politics.
This course offers a comprehensive analysis of the role of space security in a myriad of fields including:
The course will also develop your understanding of how current and emerging space operations will impact future conflicts and ethical questions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed for officials from governments and international organisations, as well as members of the military who are in charge of strategy, security and defence policy planning and intelligence. Journalists, engineers and people working in research and development as well
as in the defence industry may also be interested in this module. The course is relevant to anyone with a professional interest in understanding international security challenges of the future.
CHF 1'000. Apply before 21 February to qualify for a 15% discount. Alumni qualify for a 20% discount. Certain circumstances are eligible for scholarships.
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