The U.S. and China in Space: Power, Politics, and Policy

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China plans to have a permanent space station by the end of 2022 and published a white paper outlining an ambitious five-year plan on spaceflight and exploration in January. In 2019, the U.S. established the United States Space Force, viewing space as a national security imperative. Does space present an opportunity for collaboration or a new area of competition? Join us for this timely event as our guest speaker Professor Scott Pace discusses the state of space programs in the U.S. and China, reflecting on historical events and current activities. This will be a public hybrid event.

The ​​U.S.-China Youth Expositions is an event series hosted by the Onero Institute China Program and the U.S.-China Strategic Studies Organization that seeks to promote youth involvement in international affairs and research about U.S.-China relations.