China and Russia Cooperate on Rival to GPS
By Emily Young Carr
Integration between China and Russia’s satellite networks will have major implications for the United States.
The Economic and Military Impact of China’s BeiDou Navigation System
By Namrata Goswami and Namrata Goswami
The combination of recent technological developments offers a China-led world order a definitive competitive edge.
China’s Answer to GPS Is Now Fully Complete
By Abhilash Halappanavar
The final satellite in the BeiDou system completes an undertaking 20 years in the making.
Precision Politics: China’s Answer to GPS Comes Online
By Heath Sloane
With the BeiDou system set to be completed in May, China is stepping up efforts to sell other countries on its global satellite navigation system.
Trouble in Paradise: A Chinese Occupation in Tahiti
By Anne-Marie Brady
Questions surround the Chinese consulate’s illegal occupation in French Polynesia.
China Aims for the Moon – and Beyond
By Nayef Al-Rodhan
China’s space program, past, present, and future.
The Russia-US Melee: Cold War Redux in Space?
By Melissa S. Hersh & Ajey Lele
Tensions emerging from the Ukraine crisis don’t auger well for future cooperation in space.