International Space Law and the Fine Art of Thinking Ahead

Mar 23, 2012 by

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The Space Reviewhas an intriguing article this week about space law. Three things crossed author Michael Listner’s radar. First, the Moon Treaty has not been ratified by big space-faring powers, such as the USA, Russia or China. However, in the last few months it has been ratified by countries with minor or non-existent space programs. By ratifying the Moon Treaty, these states lend this agreement weight. They also thereby proclaim their future space race intentions, and potentially make space powers beholden to non-space powers. The article focuses on Austria and Turkey.

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