Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation
Japan in Asia's Space Race: Directions and Implications
- Author(s): PEKKANEN, Saadia M.
- et al.
This policy brief evaluates the trends in Japan’s space policy directions, and assesses their implications for regional and global security in three parts. First, it focuses on the role of public and private players pivotal to the country’s space directions, and the context in which they have operated. Second, it sets out the main institutional and legal changes they have helped bring about. Finally, third, it lays out some implications that bear upon other space powers like China and the United States.