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Anuario mexicano de derecho internacional

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VELAZQUEZ ELIZARRARAS, Juan Carlos. The Outer Space Law in Critical Time: Statehood, Monopolization or Universality?. Anu. Mex. Der. Inter [online]. 2013, vol.13, pp.583-638. ISSN 1870-4654.

If there is any area of law and international law that constitutes a straightforward reflection of the industrial revolutions of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, it is undoubtedly the space law.The scientific and technological development that has made possible for mankind to explore and use this region only has motivated the deployment of economic, political, geopolitical and strategic interests of sovereign states and therefore the growing of their involvement and the need for regulation, not having any other limit than the consideration of its intrinsic universal nature.This is a new legal sector and one of the most exciting fields of analysis and mostly described in its conventional content, but of the least studied and problematized in its background by the international relations science and international law doctrine of the last sixty years. Hence, the main question this research raises and sustains is whether we are or not at crucial times of international space law facing the dilemma posed its statehood, monopolization or universality.

Palabras llave : Cosmic Law or Space Law; Telecommunications; Outer Space; Monopolization; Space Charter; Militarization; Universality.

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