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Managing New Actors in the Space Domain
June 29, 2019

Managing New Actors in the Space Domain

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New entrants in the Indo-Pacific offer both opportunities and challenges for the outer space realm.
What Does the Rise of Asia’s Space Forces Mean?
June 04, 2019

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.

Misplaced Confidence? The US Private Space Sector vs. China
April 05, 2019

Misplaced Confidence? The US Private Space Sector vs. China

By Namrata Goswami
American confidence that its private space sector can take on China alone is wildly misplaced.

India’s Leap in Space: The Significance of the First Indian Anti-Satellite Test
March 29, 2019

India’s Leap in Space: The Significance of the First Indian Anti-Satellite Test

By Harsh V Pant and Shounak Set
India’s anti-satellite test is a major moment.

Not Only China: Quantum Satellite Communication on the Rise in the Indo-Pacific
September 26, 2018

Not Only China: Quantum Satellite Communication on the Rise in the Indo-Pacific

By Mayuko Yatsu
Many Indo-Pacific nations have joined the race to develop quantum-related technologies.
From Kyrgyzstan to the Stars: The Kyrgyz Space Program
September 11, 2018

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.

Trump's Space Force Misses the Mark on Chinese and Russian Space Threats
August 28, 2018

Trump's Space Force Misses the Mark on Chinese and Russian Space Threats

By Ankit Panda
The United States should avoid launching an arms race in space.
The Extraterrestrial Impact of the South China Sea Dispute
October 03, 2017

The Extraterrestrial Impact of the South China Sea Dispute

By Roncevert Ganan Almond
History offers lessons for the coming legal and geopolitical debates in space.

Welcome to Planet Tajikistan
September 03, 2015

Welcome to Planet Tajikistan

By Catherine Putz
Where the planet isn’t completely real and the press releases don’t matter.

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.

World's Most Important Spaceport Turns 60
June 02, 2015

World's Most Important Spaceport Turns 60

By Catherine Putz
Baikonur Cosmodrome has been launching rockets into space since the 1950s.
South Korea’s Only Astronaut Retires
June 27, 2014

South Korea’s Only Astronaut Retires

By Tae-jun Kang
Yi So-yeon, the first astronaut of Korea, has announced she will retire in August.

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