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SPST640 - Space Cooperation and Diplomacy

 

This course will examine the importance of international space cooperation and diplomacy, enabling all nations, states, and consortiums to enjoy the benefits of space technology and ensuring the safety, stability, and security of outer space. Students will work in teams or individually and think critically about the importance of cooperating with both allies and if necessary, adversaries, to develop potential solutions to the world’s most critical and complex problems in space. Some of the topics of discussion will include the history of civilian and military space development; the ongoing debate on weapons in space; the past and current policy and guidance on space activities; the current threats to the safety and stability of space operations; the types of International cooperation; and a discussion of the cooperation strategies the US should pursue.

 

Prerequisites

N/A

Corequisites

N/A

Schedule of Classes

Registration Dates Course Dates Session
07/30/18 - 01/04/19 01/07/19 - 03/03/19 Winter 2019 Session B - 8 Week session
10/29/18 - 03/29/19 04/01/19 - 05/26/19 Spring 2019 Session B - 8 Week session

Course Materials

Previous Syllabi

Book Title: Outer Space: Weapons, Diplomacy, and Security
ISBN: 9780870032509
Publication Info: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Author: Arbatov, A. and Dvorkin, V.
Unit Cost: $26.11
Electronic ISBN: N/A
Electronic Unit Cost: N/A