This article describes the arrival of new space actors from Asia, with particular focus on China. It analyzes the lack of cooperation in civilian space programs between China and the United States (U.S.), and the possible negative consequence of this. The paper suggests that the principles of non-diversion and reciprocity in accession as the foundation for China-U.S. collaboration in the civilian sector of space collaboration. This paper addresses the ongoing defense program with space application by the two countries, suggesting an overall program for China and the U.S. to have dialogue, as well as collaboration in space areas, promoting mutual trust and confidence.
"A CHINESE PERSPECTIVE ON CHINA-UNITED STATES COOPERATION IN SPACE,"
Space and Defense: Vol. 2:
5, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/spaceanddefense/vol2/iss5/7
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