China is investing in new large satellite constellations for both commercial and military benefit. By 2022, two Chinese companies alone could account for more than 700 new high-resolution micro- and nano-satellites.  While serving to enhance the resilience of China’s space operations, these constellations also engage new players in the pursuit of the Chinese policy of civil-military integration. These include new “private” companies connected to the People’s ...


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