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Anti-satellite Weapons, Deterrence and Sino-American Space Relations

@inproceedings{Krepon2013AntisatelliteWD,
  title={Anti-satellite Weapons, Deterrence and Sino-American Space Relations},
  author={Michael Krepon and Julia Thompson},
  year={2013}
}
The Stimson Center today issued a collection of six essays titled "Anti-satellite Weapons, Deterrence and Sino-American Space Relations," which provide a range of viewpoints about cooperation between the U.S. and China in space. 

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