ILS International Law and Practice Course 2020 Lecture Four "The Challenges for the Regulation of Outer Space: Balancing International Law, Technology and Geopolitics" - Tuesday 20 October 2020
Join the International Law Section for the fourth ILS International Law and Practice Course lecture for 2020 – "The Challenges for the Regulation of Outer Space: Balancing International Law, Technology and Geopolitics" – featuring Professor Steven Freeland and Mr Fred Chilton.
This lecture will address the role of the international legal framework – complemented by national space law specific to each country’s unique requirements – in emphasising the common interests of all space faring (and other) States in acting in a manner that supports the safety, security and sustainability of space, rather than reinforcing the multi-polar stances that are seen in the current geopolitical context.
The Event will be hosted online via Zoom from 5pm – 6:30pm on Tuesday 20 October.
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