The Inaugural Conference of the Jackson School’s International Policy Institute will feature panel discussions on Cyber-security, The Arctic and Space, and include a keynote presentation by Marc Grossman, Vice Chairman of the Cohen Group and former U.S. Ambassador and Under Secretary of State. The conference is co-sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation and delivered in partnership with the American Academy of Diplomacy.
The Space Security Initiative (SSI) launched its first meeting, recruiting seven area specialists as Junior Fellows to cover the contemporary space-related policy trajectories of major powers around the world. Dr.
Professor Saadia Pekkanen’s contribution to Forbes highlights Space Situational Awareness and China’s situation. This publication was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The
Jackson School Associate Director Saadia Pekkanen‘s monthly post for Forbes explores how Japan has used the problem of orbital debris to develop new technologies that can also serve military purposes.
Jackson School Associate Director Saadia Pekkanen pens Forbes article on how space trash can be used against the U.S. Click here for full article. This publication was made possible in
Read Associate Director Saadia Pekkanen‘s latest take on China in the race for outer space. Click here for full article. This publication was made possible in part by a grant
Ph.D. Program Director Saadia Pekkanen pens “Asia’s Simmering Rivalries Are Shifting To Outer Space, Where Anything Goes,” in Forbes magazine. Click here for full article. This publication was made possible
The New York Times ‘Room for Debate’ series published visiting scholar Kristian Coates Ulrichsen’s article: “Global Campuses Can Be a Tool in Public Diplomacy.” Click here for full article.
Thanks to a $1 million grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York, the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies will improve its sharing of critical research