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By Arthur H. Westing

This paintings provides the evolution of the conventional suggestion of "national defense" as army protection to also embody "environmental protection" after which unavoidably additionally "social (societal) security", thence to be termed "comprehensive human security". It accomplishes this essentially through providing 11
of the author's personal benchmark papers released among 1983 and 2010 (additionally delivering bibliographic citations to one other 36 of the author's comparable guides in the course of that period). The paintings stresses the significance of transfrontier (regional) cooperation, and likewise acknowledges international overpopulation
as a key obstacle to attaining accomplished human security.

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The moon is the only celestial body that could conceivably become accessible for exploitation in the foreseeable future. At least two multilateral treaties would impinge upon such activity: (a) the 1967 Outer Space Treaty (UNTS 8843); and (b) the 1979 Moon Agreement (UNTS 23002). The Outer Space Treaty boasts more than 80 states parties,7 including all of the major powers. The states parties have agreed that the moon ‘is not subject to national appropriation’ by any means (Article 2). It further commits the states parties to the ‘use’ of the moon ‘for the benefit and in the interests of all countries, irrespective of their degree of economic or scientific development’ and that the moon ‘shall be the province of all mankind’, for ‘use by all States without discrimination of any kind’ (Article 1).

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