The international institute of space law iisl is the global association for space law with individual and institutional members from almost 50 countries the iisls key mission is the promotion of further development of space law and expansion of the rule of law in the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes. Current space law does not adequately address the space debris problem most importantly liability for damage caused by space debris is unclear under the 1972 liability convention countries are liable for damage caused to other spacecraft only if they act negligently. The current doctrine of international space law is restrictive and suffocating for real progress in space to be made the outer space treaty and its res communis doctrine must be rethought in terms of the realities of today however to be effective the goal of rethinking international space law must be one of action rather than talk. Current and future issues in international space law professor henry hertzfeld i abstract space law is a relatively new area of law and is based mainly on a set of united nations un treaties negotiated during the 1960s and 1970s to date most space issues have been solved through diplomatic channels rather
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