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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.

shooting star g1412cad75 640As 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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