Institutional Framework for the Province of all Mankind: Lessons from the International Seabed Authority for the Governance of Commercial Space Mining

@article{Koch2018InstitutionalFF,
  title={Institutional Framework for the Province of all Mankind: Lessons from the International Seabed Authority for the Governance of Commercial Space Mining},
  author={Jonathan Koch},
  journal={Astropolitics},
  year={2018},
  volume={16},
  pages={1 - 27}
}
  • Jonathan Koch
  • Published 8 March 2018
  • Political Science
  • Astropolitics
ABSTRACT This article addresses the current lack of a legal framework for the use of space resources found on asteroids and other celestial bodies. In a world of growing inequality and in face of the increasing commercialization of space, governance structures are needed to ensure that the benefits of the “province of all mankind” are not solely reaped by those industrialized nations that have the technological and financial capabilities. Drawing upon the practical achievements of the… 
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