By Detlev Wolter
Outer house is an internationalized universal sector past the nationwide jurisdiction of person states. safety in area needs to consequently be the typical safeguard of all states. the target of this research is to use the idea that of universal defense and to discover the criminal foundations for its software in outer area legislation.
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98 As long as an arms race in outer space has not yet begun, the positive assessment of the Outer Space Treaty by Eileen Galloway holds true. The US space lawyer links US space policy with regard to the peaceful use of outer space in the interest of mankind with the result: ... 99 Today, however, this success is more than at risk. The United States is about to amend its security policy to include the possible armament of space and therefore it is seemingly prepared to diverge from the principle of the peaceful use of outer space, which it had initially championed, and which became accepted by the international community as the acquis of outer space law.
35 With its resolution 1721,36 which was prepared by COPUOS and adopted on 20 December 1961, the United Nations General Assembly recommended that Member States be guided in their exploration and use of outer space by two leading principles: 1. 2. The application of general international law and in particular of the United Nations Charter to outer space; and The prohibition of national appropriation of parts of outer space and its resources. States are additionally required to submit to COPUOS all necessary flight information for objects launched into space in order for the Committee to establish a public space register.
65 The United States66 and the Soviet Union67 submitted in COPUOS on 7 May and 30 May 1966, respectively, draft treaties providing for a complete demilitarization of the Moon and the other celestial bodies as well as a partial demilitarization of outer space through a ban on the deployment of nuclear and other WMD in orbit. Unchanged, these provisions were integrated into Art. IV, para. 1 and 2 of the Outer Space Treaty, thereby providing for at least the partial demilitarization of outer space.
Common Security in Outer Space and International Law by Detlev Wolter