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January 17 Workshop - Defending America's Place in Space: Future Threats and Rules

On January 17, NPEC and the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security co-sponsored a day-long workshop, "Defending America's Place in Space: Future Threats and Rules." The workshop featured a number of discussants who gave short talks in order to kickstart longer discussions: Robert Latiff, Former Director of Advanced Systems and Technology, National Reconaissance Office; Brian Chow, Former Senior Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation; Melissa de Zwart, Professor and Dean of Law, Adelaide School; Jack Beard, Professor of Law, University of Nebraska College of Law; Jamie Morin, Vice President of Defense Systems Operations, Aerospace Corporation; and Pete Worden, Chairman, Breakthrough Prize Foundation.

Jan 17, 2019

Henry Sokolski
Nonproliferation Policy Education Center


Robert Latiff
National Reconnaissance Office (Former)


Brian Chow
RAND Corporation (Former)


Melissa de Zwart
Adelaide Law School
Jack Beard
University of Nebraska College of Law


Jamie Morin
Aerospace Corporation


Simon “Pete” Worden
Breakthrough Prize Foundation

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