|How do space professionals feel in a disharmonized global legal environment?
|Charlotte Van Camp, Author
|ISU Individual Project
|Illkirch-Graffenstaden (France) : International Space University, 2020
|1 online resource (48 p.) / col. ill.
|Includes bibliographical references
|Space law is different from one nation to another, resulting in an international multilevel regulatory framework. This report gives an overview of the history and current situation of international space law and focuses on existing threats that are linked to this disharmonized legal environment. The purpose of the research is to see how space professionals feel in this multilevel regulatory framework, and to gauge in which of the discussed threats the international space community sees the highest risk. To investigate this, a questionnaire has been sent to space professionals around the globe. Different authorities that could mitigate some of the space related threats are also discussed and emphasize on the importance of international cooperation between intergovernmental organizations, public and private sector to secure a safer space environment.
|ISU program :
|Master of Space Studies
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