September 15, 2016

The Foreign Policy Institute hosted a panel discussion and reception as we launched our latest study in policy "Crisis Stability in Space: China and Other Challenges", authored by Bruce MacDonald with Adm. Dennis Blair, Dean Cheng, Karl Mueller, and Victoria Samson.

Shining a light on the instability currently inherent in the space domain, how political and military crises could spill over into space, the danger of possible space war with China, and steps the United States can take to reduce thes...

December 18, 2015

Dean Vali Nasr launched the Johns Hopkins SAIS Women's Leadership Initiative with The Honorable Barbara Barrett, Chairman of the Aerospace Corporation and former United States Ambassador to Finland.

This event was moderated by Ambassador Shirin Tahir-Kheli Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute and was part of the Women Who Inspire series.

Barbara Barrett is chairman of the Aerospace Corporation  and a member of the boards of California Institute of Technology, Sally Ride Science, RAND Corporat...

April 16, 2014

The first human steps into outer space have been among the most spectacular and potentially consequential events in the globalization of Earth.  ‘Space Expansionist’ thought makes ambitious and captivating claims about both the feasibility and the desirability of human expansion into outer space.  But if arguments for space expansionism are broken down into their parts, and systematically assessed, a very different picture of the space prospect emerges. There are strong reasons to think that the...

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