Galactic Diplomacy: "Discussion on Space Exploration & International Affairs"

by Georgetown Journal of International Affairs

Academic Awareness Free Networking Political

Thu, Mar 21, 2024

7 PM – 9 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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ICC Auditorium

3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, United States

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The Georgetown Journal for International Affairs (GJIA), along with GU Space Initiative and GU Astronomical Society, is hosting an event focusing on the intersection of space exploration and international affairs. This timely event explores the global impact and technological advancements in space exploration.

In this upcoming event in March, experts will delve into the critical role of international collaboration in advancing space exploration. This, in turn, implies a dialogue on how space-related technologies and missions can foster global partnerships, address geopolitical challenges, and contribute to peace and security. The event likely explores policies, ethical considerations, and the future of humanity in space, emphasizing diplomacy's role in navigating these uncharted territories. It's a platform for sharing insights, debating strategies, and envisioning a cooperative future in space exploration.

This event is open to all Georgetown students, faculty, and the wider DC community. On March 21st, check-ins will start at 6:30pm, and the event will run from 7-9pm. Due to limited capacity of the event venue, we would only be able to accommodate participants who register through Campus Groups.


ICC Auditorium

3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, United States

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Co-hosted with: Georgetown University Astronomical Society

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