China and Strategic Instability in Space
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Carla Freeman.
It’s Time for the Quad to Chart a Bold Course on Space Governance
By Ankit Panda and Benjamin Silverstein
The Quad countries should consult on space situational awareness, conjunction avoidance, and orbital debris issues.
Japan’s Space Dream? Cleaning Up the Mess.
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan aims to pioneer the niche market of clearing out space debris.
What’s Next for India’s Space Program?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Despite some notable achievements, challenges remain.
Can Japan Clean up Outer Space?
By Mayuko Yatsu
Japan is forging ahead in the increasingly important field of space debris removal.
US-China: Civil Space Dialogue
By Joan Johnson-Freese
In civil space cooperation, some realists finally emerge.
India and Space Defense
By Amit R. Saksena
Concerned about global trends, India is making progress in building its space defense capabilities.
Japan Will Cast a “Magnetic Net” for Space Junk
By J.T. Quigley
JAXA has partnered with a fishing equipment company in an attempt to clean up orbiting debris.
No, China Is Not About to Overtake the US in Space
The country’s space program will need sweeping reform before that happens.
The Rise of Chinese Space Junk
By Wilson VornDick
Most orbital debris is U.S. or Russian in origin. But China’s space program exacerbates an urgent issue.