Filling the Void: Why Existing International Law Is Not Suited to Mitigating Space Debris

Michael Williams Vol. 42 Associate Editor Space and the sea have long been paralleled, each seen as a type of […]

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Launching for Gold: The Artemis Accords and the Legality of Extraterrestrial Mining

Kunal Jhaveri Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the global population continues to rise and our planet consequently faces increasing resource […]

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Evaluating Customary International Law in Space

Seve Kale Associate Editor At first glance, the modern space race has little in common with the traditional space age. […]

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Can the U.S. Create a Space Force and Keep Its Commitments Under the Outer Space Treaty?

Lindsay Bernsen Wardlaw Vol. 40 Online Content Editor In March 2018, United States President Donald J. Trump publicly proposed the […]

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