Articles Tagged: Dean Cheng

A Pacific Space Age and Implications for the U.S.

Institute Fellow Dr. John Sheldon appeared at a Heritage Foundation event on March 11 discussing Japanese, Chinese and American space policy and the strategic implications they hold for the future.

A Pacific Space Age?: U.S., Japanese, and Chinese Perspectives on Space

Mar11 A Pacific Space Age?: U.S., Japanese, and Chinese Perspectives on Space 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

China’s ASAT & Missile Defense Programs – A Review of Programs, Plans, and Motivations

Feb19 China's ASAT & Missile Defense Programs – A Review of Programs, Plans, and Motivations 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

China’s Space Program: Assessing the Implications for the U.S.

Jun29 China's Space Program: Assessing the Implications for the U.S. 12:00 am

China’s Military Policy in Space

China is quickly becoming a major actor in outer space. Its highly publicized exploration program and its commercial prowess are indicators of growing means and interest in space activities. This discussion explores China?s military goals and intentions in space as well as its technological capabilities. It also considers the means and measures needed to counter […]

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