Introduction to Space Conflict
The possibility of conflict, including armed conflict, extending to outer space exists.
Increasing geo-political polarisation, and the congested and contested nature of outer space ensure that cooperative use of space is always fragile. The exploitation of, or interference with, space-based commercial, communications, navigation, and sensing functions and capabilities thus touches upon myriad strategic, operational, regulatory, and governance challenges.
Professor Rob McLaughlin, Professor of Military and Security Law, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Associate Professor Stephen Coleman, Associate Professor of International and Political Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Reverend Dr Nikki Coleman, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
This course provides a one-day introduction to the context of conflict in, from, and through space, from four perspectives: legal, ethical, strategic, and operational.
Duration: 0900 to 1700
Delivery mode: face-to-face
Locations: Australian Defence Force Academy; or
In-house delivery: Contact the Professional Education Course Unit for more information
Course fee: Standard - $999 per person / $9,990 per group booking (max. 20 participants)
Defence - $900 per person / $9,000 per group booking (max. 20 participants)
Dates and registration: TBA
What you will receive:
- Comprehensive set of course notes
- UNSW certificate of attendance
- Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
School of Humanities and Social Sciences