The Space Race: The U. S – Soviet/ Russian Relationship in Regards to Space Exploration

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Michael Garcia

Ethics of Dev. In a Global Environment

May 30, 2005

Professor Lusignan

The Space Race:

The U.S – Soviet/ Russian Relationship in Regards to Space Exploration

Throughout history, technology has played a crucial role in international relations. The space race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1950’s and 60’s is indeed a major landmark in the history of technological feats accomplished by man. To historically understand of the significance of this race, it is important to not only look at the events that transpired during these years but to also examine what motivated each of these world powers to take part of such a competition. Significantly, the events that took place during this time have shaped current U.S. and Russian involvement in space exploration and these current involvements also deserve our attention.

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