Political and historical implications of Chinese 'national spatial infrastructure'

Why high-tech innovations?

Add to calendar 2021-12-17 10:00 2021-12-17 11:30 Europe/Paris Political and historical implications of Chinese 'national spatial infrastructure' Emeroteca Badia Fiesolana YYYY-MM-DD


17 December 2021

10:00 - 11:30 CEST



Badia Fiesolana

Third in a series of three lectures by Chisako T. Masuo, Associate Professor at Kyushu University. The other two take place on 5 October and 9 November.

In recent years, Xi Jinping has been calling both for China’s people and the global population to ‘stand on the right side of history’. On the basis of the Communist Party’s unique Marxist understanding of history, Xi believes that he is carrying out an important historical mission to ‘win’ the next age by achieving advanced high-tech innovations that will be the foundation for the next generation of human society. For this purpose, China has been building a huge 'National Spatial Infrastructure' that covers the entire globe with a network of satellites, enabling the government to obtain, monitor, and communicate various data on human activities and global conditions from the sky.

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Mia Saugman


Chisako T. Masuo (Kyushu University)

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