SWF Podcast
Russia's Space Plans
Jan 6, 2015 · 1 hr 54 min
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Recorded on November 3, 2011

Because space is becoming more congested with more countries seeking its benefits, it is easy to overlook a primary space player which has been involved from the beginning of the space age: Russia. Still, Russia's efforts in space have shaped international discussions on space security and sustainability, and their plans for space will continue to affect other space actors. Additionally, Russia's space program is at an interesting point: while they presently are the only way that the United States can access the International Space Station, they are also seeking to match or even surpass the United States in overall space capabilities. Furthermore, Moscow is likely monitoring the efforts of other rising Asian space powers, though Russia and China have worked together in international discussions on space security issues. Please join the Secure World Foundation as we host "Russia's Space Plans," a panel discussion that examines Russia's space history, the current status of its space program and efforts in international fora to enhance space security, and possible future paths it may take.

Speakers:

Ms. Marcia Smith, Founder, SpacePolicyOnline.com

Mr. Anatoly Zak, Journalist and Founder, www.RussianSpaceWeb.com

Ms. Tiffany Chow, Project Manager, Secure World Foundation

 

Moderator: Ms. Victoria Samson, Secure World Foundation

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