1 President of Company “Science and Space” (Kyiv, Ukraine)
2 Kherson State University (Kherson, Ukraine)
3 Cherkasy region Scientific Research Forensic Center of The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (Cherkasy, Ukraine)
Received: 26 March 2021 / Accepted: 17 April 2021 / Published: 29 June 2021
The article substantiates the urgent need to involve residents of states whose scientific, financial and economic potential is not used in the production and launch of civilian launch vehicles. The basics and primary international legal tools for attracting business structures of various states to the production and launch of civilian launch vehicles have been clarified. An essential criterion for their access to missile technologies has been formed, which is based on unconditional respect and compliance with the norms of international law. According to the criteria of the level of ability to produce launch vehicles into five main classes, the classification of states has been carried out. The concept of transition from bans to stimulating the production of launch vehicles has been formed. The reasons for the successful experience in this area of Romania, the negative experience of the Republic of South Africa and the unsuccessful experience of Brazil have been analyzed.
Keywords: security, production of launch vehicles, state, control, space, space law, rocket technologies
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