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The China-India Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality?

| March 3, 2014

The space exploration agendas of China and India have progressed rapidly in the last decade, spanning from human spaceflight to missions to the Moon and Mars.  Their growing economies have made it possible to fund these programs at a level unconceivable before now. This has therefore stimulated the scientific communities in both states to be more ambitious. In this presentation to the Harvard University South Asia Institute, MTA/ISP Fellow Jaganath Sankaran explores the intracacies of this delicate relationship.

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For Academic Citation: Sankaran, Jaganath. “The China-India Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality?.” Presentation, Managing the Atom Project, Belfer Center, March 3, 2014. (presented at Science, Technology and Energy Seminar at the Harvard University South Asia Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States).

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