We have recently published our latest feature report, "Space Power: A Crowded Field," at www.worldpoliticsreview.com.
With more and more countries in possession of the technologies necessary for space activity, the space domain has become more crowded and space power more diffuse. In the not-so-distant future, the U.S. will have to seek partnerships to maintain its comparative advantage in space, especially with regard to an increasingly ambitious Chinese space program. But despite India's obvious appeal as one such potential partner, New Delhi's approach to space activity presents some concerns. Articles in this feature include:
*"The Global Impact of the Chinese Space Program," by Vincent G. Sabathier and G. Ryan Faith
*"The U.S.-India Space Partnership: Who Gets What?," by Joan Johnson-Freese
*"Managing the Space Domain," by Eric Sterner