Two members of the LaRouchePAC “Basement” research team participated in the IGMASS-sponsored Fourth International Specialized Symposium: Space and Global Security of Humanity, in Yevpatoria, Crimea, September 3-6. The conference brought together a variety of speakers from many countries, to discuss ongoing efforts to use space technologies and space science to serve a safety role for mankind. This included disaster forecasting (such as earthquakes), space threats (such as asteroids, comets, and solar storms), as well the organizational capability, both technical and political, to share such data for the well-being of all nations. The LaRouchePAC representatives, Jason Ross and Benjamin Deniston, brought a political urgency to the conference: they developed the potential for cooperation against space threats as a sound basis for international relations, the unique economic approach of Lyndon LaRouche for understanding the value of science, and the necessity to bring mankind to a higher energy-flux density "platform" to deal with space and economic threats. Ben Deniston's presentation can be found here and Jason Ross' presentation here, further reports will be forthcoming, pending translation work.