US Secretary of State Blinken Poised to Finally Make His China Trip
By Shannon Tiezzi
Over four months after a previously planned trip was canceled due to “balloon-gate,” Antony Blinken is reportedly heading to Beijing.
Militarizing Re-entry of Space Objects – An Indian Perspective
By Tejas Bharadwaj
Countries must reduce the subjectivity of space-based threats by clarifying terminology used in space treaties, including the definition of a "space object and component parts."
Chinese Balloon Case Reveals Trail of Spy Games, Double Standards in Colombia
By Joseph Bouchard
The revelation that a Chinese surveillance balloon entered the country's airspace earlier this month has been met with a curiously muted government response.
Japan Suspects Chinese Spy Balloons Violated Its Airspace
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan is debating the appropriate response to tackle such surveillance following the U.S. shootdown of a balloon from China.
China Threatens US Entities Over Downing of Balloon
By Associated Press
The threat came after the U.S. sanctioned six Chinese entities it said are linked to Beijing's aerospace surveillance program.
What Happened to the Chinese Balloon Over Latin America?
By Francisco Vázquez
Amid U.S. allegations of espionage, another Chinese balloon appeared over Latin America. How did regional governments respond?
China Says More Than 10 US Balloons Flew in Its Airspace in Last Year
By Associated Press
A Foreign Ministry spokesperson mentioned the flights in response to U.S. publicization of China's alleged surveillance balloon program.
What the China Spy Balloon Saga Means for India
By Poornima Balasubramanian and Megha Shrivastava
Surveillance balloons are a new threat to reckon with in the grey zone – and a wake-up call for India to enhance its intelligence and counterintelligence proficiency.
What the Chinese Surveillance Balloon Incident Tells Us About US-China Relations
By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
A U.S. F-22 shot down a Chinese surveillance balloon that lingered in U.S. territorial airspace for days. What now?