The future of space security
Why should policy practitioners and law makers focus their attention on space? What does space security look like from a gendered perspective? Is commercialisation disrupting the way that space is used for warfare? And why is space diplomacy important for Australia – regionally and internationally?
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Dr Cassandra Steer joins Dr Danielle Ireland-Piper to discuss the security dimensions of space and the consequences of it being a dual-use environment.
Dr Cassandra Steer is the Deputy Director – Mission Specialist with the ANU Institute of Space (InSpace).
Dr Danielle Ireland-Piper is Associate Professor and Academic Convenor at the ANU National Security College.
- ANU National Security College academic programs: find out more
- ANU National Security College Policy Options Paper: Australia as a Space Power: Combining Civil, Defence and Diplomatic Efforts
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