The regime governing international responsibility for outer space is something of an exception amongst the various regimes on responsibility. It is the only system which expressly imposes an absolute obligation of reparation, both on States and on international organizations, in the absence of any wrongful conduct. The specificity of this regime is underlined by the fact that it is strongly oriented in favour of the victim.1 The regime is effectively organized so that the victim can most easily obtain reparation for the damage suffered. The legal regime governing...
Users without a subscription are not able to see the full
to access all content.