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Space: The next frontier for US-China rivalry

Cold War-style competition re-emerges between great powers

A rocket carrying two satellites takes off at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in China's Sichuan Province.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- With the U.S. government pledging to resume manned missions to the Moon, and eventually send a mission to Mars, Cold War-style competition over space exploration is re-emerging -- between China and the U.S. this time.

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