Articles Tagged: John Sheldon

IFPA Roundtable: Space-Based Sensors Missile Defense and More

Jul14 IFPA Roundtable: Space-Based Sensors Missile Defense and More 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm 562 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington DC

New Cold War To Be Waged In Space?

Is space the final frontier, or is it the next battleground for a new Cold War. Some think that’s possible, especially with NASA trying to launch Orion today and put man on Mars. There are some who think the next cold war could be waged in space, with countries trying to establish military bases on the moon and using lasers to attack.

Controlling Cyber Conflict? Arms Control, International Norms, and Strategic Restraint

Jun21 Controlling Cyber Conflict? Arms Control, International Norms, and Strategic Restraint 8:30 am – 11:00 am

Examining the Role of Government in Private Sector Cyber Security

Nov15 Examining the Role of Government in Private Sector Cyber Security 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

A Pacific Space Age and Implications for the U.S.

Institute Fellow Dr. John Sheldon appeared at a Heritage Foundation event on March 11 discussing Japanese, Chinese and American space policy and the strategic implications they hold for the future.

A Pacific Space Age?: U.S., Japanese, and Chinese Perspectives on Space

Mar11 A Pacific Space Age?: U.S., Japanese, and Chinese Perspectives on Space 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Investing in National Security Space In An Age of Austerity

Mar11 Investing in National Security Space In An Age of Austerity 12:00 am

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