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Prospects for Cooperation with China on Space

This paper by UCS analyst Gregory Kulacki was delivered December 15, 2010, at a UCS-hosted event, “Moving Ahead on Space Security,” held at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Dr. Kulacki describes the historical and political context for current discussions between the US and China on cooperative space ventures, explaining why the Obama administration's overtures seem to be meeting a tepid response and enumerating the hurdles the U.S. will need to overcome if it seeks meaningful engagement from China.

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