THE GENESIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF OUTER SPACE (LEGAL-PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue issue 38 part 2, Pages 244-268
AbstractThe international law of outer space gradually emerged like other branches of public international law, as it began to appear in real terms with the scientific and technological development that made man reach space, and if the human access to space was - previously - a matter of imagination, then it quickly put this imagination into reality, and dreams were transformed. To a reality with the scientific explosion and the accompanying manufacture of vehicles and satellites, the matter with which states felt fear of this development that is not governed by legal regulation, and this development and this feeling of the absence of a law governing space was the impetus to start holding meetings between countries under the umbrella of the United Nations To establish a fair system that governs outer space in a way that serves the interest of all countries of the world. The importance of this research lies in the fact that Iraqi legal jurisprudence did not deal with the international law of outer space with study and analysis, with what it deserves to be researched. Studies on this branch of public international law are very few, if not non-existent in most of its aspects, in contrast to what is present from Studies in Arab and Western jurisprudence, so we decided to prepare a series of legal studies, which shed light on what is related to outer space.
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