Jackson School Professor Saadia Pekkanen, an expert in outer space and international relations, gives an insider’s look into how smallsats (a.k.a. small satellites) are playing a big role in global markets and militaries in her latest Forbes article on space matters.
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Saadia Pekkanen is the founding Director of the Jackson School Ph.D. Program and the Job and Gertrud Tamaki Professor at the Jackson School of International Studies. Her areas of research interest include international political economy, international law, space security and policy, and the international relations of Japan/Asia.