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Washington Quarterly: Averting a Sino-U.S. Space Race

Authors: William C. Martel, and Toshi Yoshihara
Autumn 2003


William C. Martel and Toshi Yoshihara explain that "The United States and China are on the threshold of a space race that could radically influence international security." Nevertheless, it is in both countries' interest to cooperate, rather than compete in outer space.

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