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Research

RUMLAE aims to facilitate the emergence of a creative inter-disciplinary dialogue on contemporary challenges in the areas of military law, national security, international law, military justice, international relations and strategic policy.

Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space (MILAMOS)

Launched in May 2016, the MILAMOS Project aims to develop a widely-accepted manual clarifying the fundamental international law rules applicable to military uses of outer space in times of peace, as well as in periods of tension and in outright armed conflict.  RUMLAE is proud to partner with McGill University's Centre for Research in Air and Space Law on this project.  It is our firm belief that this unique and innovative project will have a positive impact and influence on the future and sustainability of humankind's venture in outer space.  Please see the dedicated project website for more information.

For information regarding Australia's historical involvement in space exploration, visit the Honeysuckle Creek website.

On 11 October 2016, the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) launched a blog series on 'Why Outer Space Matters'.  The ICRC is an institutional contributor to the MILAMOS Project.

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