What Does the Rise of Asia’s Space Forces Mean?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Careful attention needs to be paid to properly understanding the implications of this development.
From Kyrgyzstan to the Stars: The Kyrgyz Space Program
By Colleen Wood
A group of teenage girls want to make Kyrgyzstan the next country to launch a microsatellite.
China Launches Experimental Satellites
By Ankit Panda
In September, China launched multiple satellites, including the Yaogan-21 and the experimental Tiantuo-2.
Could Silicon Valley Change the Calculus in the South China Sea?
By Scott Hartley
Silicon Valley startups are developing technologies that could bring greater transparency to a troubled region.
A Code of Conduct for Space
By Melissa S. Hersh & Ajey Lele
The world needs to protect critical space infrastructure. The Asia-Pacific could lead the way.
India's Space Agency Conducts 100th Mission
Having passed this milestone, it’s time for the Indian Space Research Organization to look ahead.
China's Satellite Diplomacy
A look at China’s communications satellite sector gives a good indicator of which countries Beijing is courting.