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PSSI Addressed the Washington Space Business Roundtable

28.02.2020

PSSI’s Senior Fellow, Dr. John P. Stopher, addressed, together with Congressman Bill Posey, House Science, Space and Technology Committee, the attendees of the Washington Space Business Roundtable (WSBR) that took place at the City Club of Washington on February 28, 2020.

WSBR is a forum facilitating exchanges among senior executives from private and commercial sectors, government, NGOs, and academia in Washington, DC area. Dr. Stopher talked about what he perceived as critical issue areas for the U.S. government and the recently established Space Force in securing America’s interests in space, including acquisition, priorities for the space warfighters, deterrence (including cross-main), and international space partnerships.  Event details can be accessed here.

PSSI’s Article on China’s Space Presence in the Arctic Published in Edition 30 of The Journal of the JAPCC

10.09.2020

Dr. Jana Robinson’s article on “Arctic Space Challenge for NATO Emerging from China’s Economic and Financial Assertiveness” was published in the 30th edition of the Journal of the Joint Air Power Competence Center ... more »

PSSI's Concept of the Space Sector Capture was Featured in Financial Times

02.09.2020

Dr. Jana Robinson and her work on Chinese "space sector capture” activities globally is described in an article in today’s Financial Times, entitled “US Military Officials Eye New Generation of Space Weapons”. ... more »

Response to the Report of the President’s Working Group (PWG) on Financial Markets

13.08.2020

In an  August 10 report, PSSI critiques the five recommendations of the U.S. Presidential Working Group on Financial Markets addressing risk-related concerns regarding China. One central fact remains: China continues to refuse to comply with ... more »

PSSI Introduces “Perspectives” Series

05.08.2020

As an educational, research and analytical public policy Institution, PSSI is committed to enriching – and shaping – the Transatlantic security policy debate, especially in more underdeveloped issue portfolios, like the Economic and Financial ... more »

New Case Study of Disinformation Related to Coronavirus

01.08.2020

Societies in crises tend to be more suspicious, confused and susceptible to false stories. In this regard, the current Coronavirus pandemic represents a tremendous challenge. The governments are confronted with tackling not only COVID-19 impact ... more »

Call for Applications: Cyber Security Academy 2020

08.07.2020

Are you interested in international and security affairs? Would you like to expand your knowledge of cybersecurity issues?  APPLY NOW to the Cyber Security Academy in Prague, Czech Republic! The Third PSSI Cyber Security Academy (CSA) ... more »