rom_2009.jpg 12 May 2009. ESPI has been invited to hold the patronage of the first Italian Master Course in Institutions and Space Policy together with the EC, ESA and Finmeccanica.

The “Master in Institutions and Space Policy" is a joint initiative of the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI), Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Institute of International Judicial Studies of the National Council of Research (ISGI) the Masters. Elaborating in the legal, economic and political disciplines this master aims at providing specialised preparation and professional training in the field of space and is organised in six modules of a total duration of five months. The course demonstrates the high interest and achievements of the Italian academic community in the field of space policy and law. ESPI had been invited to hold the patronage of this course together with the EC, ESA and Finmeccanica.

In the framework of the module on Political and International Relations, ESPI Director Kai-Uwe Schrogl and Project Manager Matxalen Sánchez Aranzamendi now held presentations on the topics of “Space Security in Europe” and “Economic and Political Impacts of National Legislations in Europe”  at ISOI in Rome. ESPI is currently active in these two fields with a recent study published on “Space Security - A Formative Role and Principled Identity for Europe” by ESPI Research Fellow Wolfgang Rathgeber and ESPI Project Manager Nina-Louisa Remuß and a study in course on the “Economic and Political Impacts of National Legislations in Europe”  by ESPI Project Manager Matxalen Sánchez Aranzamendi.
 

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ESPI Project Manager Matxalen Sánchez Aranzamendi presenting at SIOI

 

 



Downloads:
- Announcement of the course
- Presentation: Political and economic impacts of national space legislation in Europe (Matxalen Sánchez Aranzemandi) / Space and Security - a European perspective (Kai-Uwe Schrogl)

 






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