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Author: Journal of Space Law Editors

By Dradin Kreft On March 1st the U.S. Department of Defense provided Congress with a legislative proposal detailing the establishment of a U.S. Space Force within the Department of the Air Force – creating the basis for a sixth branch of the Armed Forces. Visions of...

By Nathaniel Snyder With a recent data breach at Yahoo that compromised three billion user accounts to Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election, among many other things, there is an urgent need to improve cybersecurity.  Networks and the industries they serve are vulnerable.  Given legal...

By Nathaniel Snyder Why will orbital debris grow in number for the next 200 years even if no additional objects are launched into space?  Does creating space junk violate international law? The American Society for International Law (“ASIL”) recently hosted a panel discussion dedicated to all things...