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Andrej Litvinjenko

Andrej Litvinjenko is the former vice president of policy for the Canadian Space Commerce Association and adviser to the former chair of the Parliamentary Aerospace and Space Caucuses. He is a member of the Ontario Law Society.

Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 30, 2020
Finally, after 50 years of relying on broad, Cold War-era rules, Canada and other nations are taking serious steps to establish a modern framework to govern activities in space. Earlier this year, NASA announced the development of the 'Artemis Accords,' a set of operational principles to guide the American-led initiative to return humanity to the Moon, seeking input and involvement from other countries. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 30, 2020
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 30, 2020
Finally, after 50 years of relying on broad, Cold War-era rules, Canada and other nations are taking serious steps to establish a modern framework to govern activities in space. Earlier this year, NASA announced the development of the 'Artemis Accords,' a set of operational principles to guide the American-led initiative to return humanity to the Moon, seeking input and involvement from other countries. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 25, 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The U.S. and China may be slowly marching towards a 'cold war' and arms race in outer space. Their tensions are threatening to drag others into one bloc or the other and are increasing anxiety over space-based assets either being targeted or leveraged in military engagements. Photographs courtesy of Flickr and Wikipedia
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 25, 2019
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 25, 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The U.S. and China may be slowly marching towards a 'cold war' and arms race in outer space. Their tensions are threatening to drag others into one bloc or the other and are increasing anxiety over space-based assets either being targeted or leveraged in military engagements. Photographs courtesy of Flickr and Wikipedia
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 26, 2018
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains recently stated that Canadians could expect Canada’s long-term space policy 'before the end of the administration’s mandate in late 2019.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 26, 2018
Opinion | BY ANDREJ LITVINJENKO | November 26, 2018
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains recently stated that Canadians could expect Canada’s long-term space policy 'before the end of the administration’s mandate in late 2019.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia