Heading for outer space. Part 4. The Polyglobal Competition of Powers

There are different concepts to solve the problem of the lack of an international regime. Although space powers would not necessarily sign up to a regime in the context proposed in the system, seeing how a similar solution works in the Convention on the Law of the Sea, this does not mean that other solutions are not being sought.

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Author Kamil Muzyka
PhD student at the Institute of Legal Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Co-host of the website Prawo i Kosmos – Prawo Kosmiczne (Law and Space - Law of Space). Member of the Rzecznicy Nauki (Spokesmen of Science) association and the Space Generation Advisory Council. He investigates the legal aspects of space production (acquisition and use of raw materials and patent protection), as well as the use of robots and systems based on forms of artificial intelligence in legal and economic transactions.
Date 06 / 2020
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