Assured Access to the Global Commons - Air and Space Workshop
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NATO has become increasingly dependent on air and space for operations, and this dependence brings vulnerabilities and risks to NATO operations.
On Thursday 15 October 2010, ACT along with the joint airpower competence centre (JAPCC), hosted a one day workshop with some 40 participants, which focused on NATO’s vulnerabilities and challenges in the space commons, and made recommendations for NATO’s way ahead.
What are NATO’s stakes in the Space Commons? Click here for the Discussion Starters Slides
How does NATO assure its access to space to conduct operations in support of Alliance security at home as well as in out-of-area missions, and what are the current challenges to that access? – ie: How will opponents and adversaries deny and/or disrupt access to space? Click here for the Discussion Starters Slides
How can NATO’s operational access to the space Commons be strengthened in the future? Click here for the Discussion Starters Slides
At a policy and strategy level, what could NATO do to strengthen its future secure access to space? Click here for the Discussion Starters Slides
How can a Comprehensive Approach (integrated government, commercial and military effort) assure access to the space Commons? Click here for the Discussion Starters Slides
This workshop took place in the JAPCC conference centre, Von-Seydlitz Kaserne.
The agenda for this workshop is available here.
Project Director: Mr. Dick Bedford, Tel. +1 (757) 747-3382