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The US Cooperates With Russia in Space. Why Not China?
September 30, 2021

The US Cooperates With Russia in Space. Why Not China?

By Adam Gadd
Russia-U.S. cooperation in space shows that the China exclusion policy is motivated less by security risks than by a U.S. fear of losing its leadership position.

The Artemis Accords and Global Lunar Governance 
June 07, 2021

The Artemis Accords and Global Lunar Governance 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
It would be useful to have spacefaring powers agree upon and comply with a common set of principles.
China Delays Mission While NASA Congratulates on Mars Images
May 20, 2021

China Delays Mission While NASA Congratulates on Mars Images

By Associated Press
The United States is the only other country to have successfully landed and operated a spacecraft on Mars.

China’s Space Program Suggests Decoupling Won’t Work Like the US Hopes
December 16, 2020

China’s Space Program Suggests Decoupling Won’t Work Like the US Hopes

By Brantly Womack
The U.S. has long frozen China out of space cooperation. That hasn’t stopped China from making substantial progress.

What Does China Think About NASA’s Artemis Accords?
September 17, 2020

What Does China Think About NASA’s Artemis Accords?

By Elliot Ji, Michael B. Cerny, and Raphael J. Piliero
China views the U.S. attempt to enshrine new principles for outer space with some skepticism.

US Returns to Human Spaceflight
June 11, 2020

US Returns to Human Spaceflight

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The growing private space sector is beginning to create new energy and excitement about space.

The Risks and Rewards of Growing US-China Space Rivalry
September 13, 2019

The Risks and Rewards of Growing US-China Space Rivalry

By Nicholas Borroz
Space competition is inevitable and offers huge gains to humanity.
50 Years After Apollo 11, China Is on Deck to Land Next
July 19, 2019

50 Years After Apollo 11, China Is on Deck to Land Next

By Justin Key Canfil
That doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

The Difficult Discussion on Cambodia’s Forests
October 30, 2017

The Difficult Discussion on Cambodia’s Forests

By Tyler Roney
Cambodia did not take kindly to satellite images from NASA showing the extent of deforestation.

Will Australia Finally Get a Space Agency?
October 24, 2017

Will Australia Finally Get a Space Agency?

By Luke Hunt
Canberra is moving toward a long-deferred dream.

China Aims to Achieve 3 Goals in Its First Mars Probe in 2020
September 22, 2017

China Aims to Achieve 3 Goals in Its First Mars Probe in 2020

By Charlotte Gao
China’s first Mars probe is scheduled for 2020.
US-China: Civil Space Dialogue
August 07, 2015

US-China: Civil Space Dialogue

By Joan Johnson-Freese
In civil space cooperation, some realists finally emerge.

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