The Preventing Space War forum will convene key experts across sectors to develop a shared understanding of avenues for preventing war in the space domain. We will explore how new language for conceptualizing space and appropriate rules might protect space from becoming a domain of war. Through this interdisciplinary forum, we aspire to frame a collaborative commitment to preserve space as shared domain for everyone.
will take place on May 17 (at the ASU Barrett & O'Connor Washington Center
in Washington, DC from 8:00 - 4:00 pm EST. Registration is now open
and space is limited, therefore we kindly encourage you to register early to secure your spot no later than May 1
. More detailed information about the event will be sent to you upon your registration.
Keynote: Securing Space: The view from the U.S. Space Force
Lt Gen DeAnna M. Burt
Head of Operations for United States Space Force
Space Domain Awareness
- Work towards a common understanding of the domain of space.
Space Law of Armed Conflict
- What are the current rules of warfare as they currently exist? How are they conceptualized socially, politically and culturally?
Deterrence and Conflict
- How do we deter adversaries in space as a single domain?