As such, the McGill Manual on International Law Applicable to Armed Conflict in Space may help the U.S. and other governments normalize military space activities. The non-binding document was developed by “80 legal and technical experts,” which includes active-duty military, from around the world.
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McGill Manual on International Law Sets Expectations for Military Law in Space
A new document aimed at clarifying what constraints might exist on peacetime military activities in space is now available. So reports Breaking Defense.
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