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Saadia Pekkanen cautions on emerging space alliances like a US-Japan one bringing stability // Perry World House

October 18, 2021

In “Cautionary Remarks on the Emerging Bipolarity of Space Alliances: A Japanese Perspective,” Saadia Pekkanen, Job and Gertrud Tamaki Endowed Professor and an expert on international relations in outer space, uses the US-Japan alliance as a case study on why it is unlikely such alliances will lead to stability in the space domain.

The article appears in “The New Space Age: Beyond Global Order” Fall 2021 Perry World House publication. Perry World House is a center for scholarly inquiry, teaching, research, international exchange, policy engagement, and public outreach on pressing global issues at the University of Pennsylvania.

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