Fifty years after the first moonwalk, the prospect for a new set of multilateral agreements governing outer space is remote, yet the legal questions raised by activity in space are mounting. With little prospect of new treaties, nations will need to make do with existing treaty law, generate customary rules to govern new applications, or develop forms of sub-legal understanding and cooperation. This special conference issue of the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law addresses these questions.
Melissa J. Durkee,
The Future of Space Governance
, 48 GA. J. INT’L & COMP. L. 711
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/fac_artchop/1484