Florida Journal of International Law
When thinking about security in the realm of outer space, it is tempting to focus on areas like militarization, defense from attacks, hacking systems, and espionage; however, in doing so, we overlook the fundamental principles that attempt to ensure security in space law from its inception. By taking a moment to reflect on the guiding principles and goals of space exploration as laid out in treaty and domestic law from a broader perspective, it becomes clear that space is overwhelmingly hopeful in continuing the reign of peace.
Bass, Timothy M.
"Persistent Optimism: The Inherency of Security within International Space Law,"
Florida Journal of International Law: Vol. 31:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.ufl.edu/fjil/vol31/iss2/4