China, Lawfare, and the Contest for Control of Low Earth Orbit
By Glenn Chafetz and Xavier Ortiz
The Chinese government seeks strategic advantage in space through attacks on the Western private sector.
Evaluating China’s ‘Space-Ground Integrated Information Network’ Project
By Kai Lin Tay
The high-tech mega-project is still in an early stage, but will have both economic and military implications.
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.