Space Exploration And International Law Research Assignment (Case Study Sample)
4. Darthia is liable for the damage suffered by POKEMOON due to the interference with
the rovers according to general international law and upon the legal basis of state
Only this argument is required…..
kindly don't mix up with other arguments. so, you have to stick to the title because there are another 3 arguments related to the responded so I don't want you to mix up. Stick to the fact of the case as well
The writer needs to proof that Darthia is Liable. In order to prove that, the writer needs to study the case very well,
Analyze it and after that collect all the sources
Only primary sources or well-known books are accepted and after that start write the argument
Use the international law and you can refer to some national law.
Very clear argument and convincible
Use footnotes, not endnotes use Times New Roman, 12
I need a copy of all sources used
SPACE EXPLORATION AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
Case Study Analysis
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In depth study of the case presented clearly brings about the understanding of what the issue at hand is. According to the presented case, two countries United States of Darthia (Darthia) and the Republic of Kenobia are contesting over the rights to occupy the moon and run developments. While one of the countries – the latter is a young developing nation eager to test its scientific technologies in the outer space, the other country is a long standing developed nation with a long history of space exploration. The foregoing notwithstanding, both countries by virtue of been signatories to a number of treaties and conventions regarding international space and exploration have the legal right and capacity to explore space.
The case study moves further to inform that the Commonwealth Republic of Kenobia and the United States of Darthia have partnered together in many regional and international mutually beneficial ventures. In addition to the foregoing, owing to the fact that Kenobia established a national space agency eight years ago openly declaring its interests in space exploration especially pertinent to the development of low-cost launching technologies; the two countries embarked into a joint agreement of moon exploration and mapping called MOM (Mapping of the Moon) program based on a memorandum of understanding between the two countries. The case study records that the two states denied any other countries access to data from the project citing the fact that the project was financially intensive and only the two countries had participated. After this seemingly congenial project, the two countries signed a multilateral agreement named ‘The Understanding Regarding Mining on the Moon'. This treaty is very important according to my interpretation of the case as it acknowledges and recognizes either country's mining and exploration rights on the moon.
Despite the above treaties and understandings been in place, Darthia after surveying an area 300km2 discovered a mineral and declared its intention to exclusively mine the highly valuable mineral by erecting a laser fence around the area. On the other hand, Kenobia, interested in determining the nature of the newly discovered mineral while conducting limited mining, bypassed the erected fence and corollary forestalled Darthia's mining activities in the area. In a rejoinder as the case explains, Darthia electrically jammed low-cost launching rovers stationed in a different area on the moon by Kenobia as income generating amusement technologies therefore totally jamming the operations of the moon based amusement park by Kenobia.
The issue at hand is determining based on available law what is required of partner states as far as liability is concerned in the outer space. According to Article I (a) of the Outer Space Treaty, the exploration of the moon, outer space and other celestial bodies shall be carried out in the best interest of all countries since the space is the common province for all mankind. Article I (a)s position for the use of outer space is justified by further research that pinpoints UNs position that legally, space is the province of all Mankind. The term province of all Mankind in reference to outer space is a principle embedded in the Agreement Governing the Activities of States on the Moon and other Celestial Bodies also known as the Outer Space Treaty. Concurrent research evidence purports that by terming the outer space as the ‘province of all Mankind' the Outer Space Treaty enforces that all human beings have equal rights to the outer space and that it is the responsibility of all nations and states that have interest in space exploration to respect this position and the right
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