CHINA MILSPACE: China’s air force continues to take an aggressive stance on space control, even as it opens a dialogue with its U.S. counterpart aimed at increasing transparency. In widely reported remarks, Gen. Xu Qiliang, head of the People’s Liberation Army air force, says “competition between military forces” in space “is a historical inevitability and cannot be undone.” Xu tells the Xinhua news service, “As the air force of a peace-loving country, we must forge our swords and shields in ...

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