Juliana Suess

Research Fellow, Space SecurityMilitary Sciences


Juliana is the Research Fellow on Space Security as part of the Military Sciences team at RUSI and is the host of the podcast War in Space. She was previously Project Officer and Research Analyst at RUSI International. Her research interests include global space governance, sustainability, counterspace capabilities and space warfare.

Juliana holds an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College London and a BA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Reading. Prior to joining RUSI, she was an intern for the Development, Concept and Doctrine Centre, the independent think tank of the Ministry of Defence. There she researched varied topic areas, including geo-strategic, security and stabilisation topics, as well as future and contemporary trends in warfare.


Space Domain Awareness Study - 21 June 2022

This Space Domain Awareness (SDA) Study provides an overview of the UK’s current SDA capabilities and proposes an SDA roadmap with eight key recommendations. The report has been produced by CGI, under the direction of UKspace and GNOSIS, after being commissioned by the UK Space Agency.

Report: Running out of space - European security in space (June 2022)

This report is part of Friends of Europe’s Peace, Security and Defence programme. Written by Paul Taylor, it brings together the views of scholars, policymakers and senior defence and security stakeholders.


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