In recent years strategists and diplomats from space faring nations have engaged in debates with their foreign counterparts (and in some cases, with each other) on a range of issues related to norms and laws – or the relative lack thereof – applicable to the military use of space. Questions have run the gamut from the very broad (should the slim volume of outer space law relevant to military platforms and operations be expanded?) to the very specific (what new technical tools are available for the verification regime of a notional future space arms control agreement?).
Anderson, Justin; Conrad, Walt; and Jacobs Gamberini, Sarah
"International Space Negotiations, Emerging Space Powers, and U.S. Efforts to Protect the Military Use of Space,"
Space and Defense: Vol. 7:
0, Article 4.
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