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China’s Antarctic expansion raises concerns over potential satellite interception

Washington-based think-tank, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), recently published an article discussing China's resumption of construction on its fifth research station in Antarctica, raising concerns about potential dual-use infrastructure for intercepting satellite communications.

The article, titled "Frozen Frontiers: China's Great Power Ambitions," highlights Chinese ambitions to construct new research facilities in both Antarctica and the Arctic. While international law, under the Antarctic Treaty System of 1959, forbids the use of the continent for military purposes, scientific research is permitted, providing. . .

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