China’s Race to Space – James Clay Moltz

From San Francisco Chronicle:

China’s rising space capabilities reflect a growing understanding in Beijing that modern societies, their economies and their militaries must have an active presence in space. But talk of an “arms race” in space with China is not only premature, it is also unwise. The best U.S. response would be to prevent such tests from happening again. Fortunately, we have many factors working in our favor. [Full Text]

James Clay Moltz is an associate professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey.

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