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This issue could be targeted for permanent elimination. It is imperative that approaches to the non-weaponization of outer space would need to factor in changing military dynamics of the present and foreseeable future. Fundamental ways t o ensure outer space security: negotiating and concluding a legally binding international instrument Zhang Ju'nan, Deputy Division Director, Department of Arms Control and Disarmament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Over the past half century humankind has made great achievements in its exploration and use of outer space, thus helping to advance the evolution of civilization.
It was felt that the CD would be an appropriate place to negotiate a legally binding ban on space-based weapons as part of an effort to strengthen the multilateral architecture for space security. The CD is best positioned to play a leading role in addressing the security dimension of outer space and what is needed is for the global community to work together to ensure that we all benefit from continued access to and use of outer space by all, free from threats of attack. Space security-perspectives of developing countries Hewa Palihakkara, former Foreign Secretary of Sri Lanka When referring to developing countries' perspectives on space security, two questions come to mind.
Likewise, apertures used for communication will be significantly different from those capable of harming another satellite at range. Thus, space-based weapons capable of damaging or destroyingother space objects will likely possess functionally related observable differences that can be used to distinguish them from more benign dual-use satellites. I t is therefore possible for us to think of a ranking system for satellites, or a "harm index", to determine whether they can cause harm to another satellite in orbit.