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Law and Regulation of Commercial Mining of Minerals in Outer Space

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ISBN13: 9789401781367
Published: June 2014
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: £166.50



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This monograph addresses the legal and policy issues relating to the commercial exploitation of natural resources in outer space. It begins by establishing the economic necessity and technical feasibility of space mining today, an estimate of the financial commitments required, followed by a risk analysis of a commercial mining venture in space, identifying the economic and legal risks. This leads to the recognition that the legal risks must be minimised to enable such projects to be financed. This is followed by a discussion of the principles of international space law, particularly dealing with state responsibility and international liability, as well as some of the issues arising from space mining activities. Much detail is devoted to the analysis of the content of the common heritage of mankind doctrine. The monograph then attempts to balance such interests in creating a legal and policy compromise to create a new regulatory regime.

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Subjects:
Air and Space Law, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
List of Figures
List of Tables
Glossary
Table of Abbreviations
Table of Reports, Series and Journal Titles
Acknowledgements
Chapter I Introduction and Overview
Chapter II Economic and Technical Prospects of Mining on Celestial Bodies
Chapter III State Responsibility and Liability for Compliance with International Space Law
Chapter IV Rights and Duties in the Commercial Exploration and Extraction of Mineral Resources on Celestial Bodies
Chapter V Exploitation Rights: Evolving from the "Province of Mankind" to the "Common Heritage of Mankind"
Chapter VI Meeting the Challenges and Balancing the Competing Interests in Creating a Legal and Regulatory Framework
Chapter VII Concluding Observations
References
Index.