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Space Cafe Radio Geopolitics – with Juliana Suess, RUSI

Torsten Kriening and Juliana Suess during the recording of the episode at RUSI

In this episode of Space Café Radio Geopolitics, Juliana Suess, Research Fellow Space Security at Royal United Services Institute (RUSI),  talked with SpaceWatch.Global’s Torsten Kriening about geopolitics and space security.

Their discussion shed light on the complexities of space militarization, the challenges facing European space defense readiness, and the importance of collaborative and responsible approaches to space governance.  Let’s take a closer look at the key highlights from this fascinating conversation.

  • Unprecedented Scenarios in Space Security
  • RUSI and its Role in Defense and Security
  • The Changing Landscape of Space Militarization
  • Insights on Responsible Behaviors in Space
  • European Space Defense Readiness and Collaboration
  • Emerging Actors in Space Defense
  • Responsible Space Governance and Future Prospects

Stay tuned for more engaging and informative episodes of Space Cafe Radio as we continue to unravel the mysteries and opportunities of the final frontier.

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