This study sheds light on the recent development of Russian space activities, focusing on both their current status and future outlook. The analysis looks at the evolution of the domestic and international dynamics that have been impacting Russia’s direction in space, with the goal of providing an assessment on their impact for current and foreseeable Europe-Russia space relations. More specifically, the study provides a comprehensive assessment of the most recent evolution of Russian space activities; investigates the development and current state of affairs of Russia's international posture in the space arena, with a focus on its attitude towards international cooperation with key partners; evaluates the potential impact of changes on Europe-Russia space relations, outline possible developments and identify options for cooperation. The book is due for publication on 1st August by Springer in its “Studies in Space Policy” book series. More information can be found beneath




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