Common Heritage of Mankind (CHM) is a principle in which all entities can manage the natural resources that exist in the world and must share the benefits of their exploitation with other entities for the common good. However, the principle of CHM has not been structurally and legally regulated in space. The enthusiasm about ‘infinite natural wealth’ that space and seabed mining can produce, particularly in developing countries, means that they can benefit from the activities carried out in order for their regional and mineral resources to be declared as the heritage of mankind. The hypothesis obtained from this research will explore the principles of rules for the management of exploration and exploitation in general of natural resources by international enterprise within the CHM regime and analyze the need to establish management enterprise and international authorities/ organization to manage natural resource exploitation activities as a common heritage. Finding and formulating the urgency of the formation of a business entity and finding a suitable formulation of principles for managing the results of natural resource exploitation activities with international organizations in CHM for international enterprise as business actors who are obliged to have ideas about the mechanisms and procedures in managing Space that has brought out for the exploration and exploitation of the common heritage of mankind. The idea in the International Statute could be the basis for adding a new norm in international law.
Journals and Periodicals
Belkin, Igor M., Per S. Andersson, and Jörgen Langhof. “On the Discovery of Fer- romanganese Nodules in the World Ocean.” Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceano- graphic Research Papers 175, (2021): 103589. DOI: 10.1016/J.DSR.2021.103589.
Buttigieg, Jean. “Arvid Pardo – a Diplomat with a Mission.” Symposia Melitensia 12, no. 12 (2016): 13–28.
Hofmann, Mahulena, and Federico Bergamasco. “Space Resources Activities from the Perspective of Sustainability: Legal Aspects.” Global Sustainability 3, (2020): e4. DOI: 10.1017/SUS.2019.27.
Ilham, Putuhena. “Setting The Urgency Of Exploration And Exploitation Of Mining In The International Sea Bed Area.” Marine Policy 8, no. 10 (2019): 167-183.
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Merdekawati, Agustina, Marsudi Triatmodjo, Irkham Afnan, Trisandi Hasibuan, Vivin Purnamawati, and Nahda Anisa Rahma. “Arti Penting Common Heritage Of Mankind Dalam Rezim Pengaturan Area Dan Perkembangannya [The Impor- tance of the Common Heritage of Mankind Principle in the Regulation of the Area Regime and Its Development].” Law Review 21, no. 3 (2022): 279–308. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2020.105191.
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Mirzaee, Siavash. “The Conceptual Foundations of the Common Heritage of Man- kind,” Eurasian Law Journal, no.10 (2017): 50-54.
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Musyaffa, Nadhif Fadhlan, Arie Kusuma Paksi, and Lalu Radi Myarta. “Measuring The Dominant Paradigma in United Nations Convention on The Law Of The Sea.” Lampung Journal of International Law 4, no. 2 (2022): 91–102. https://doi. org/10.25041/LAJIL.V4I2.2595.
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Pinem, Gelorya Br. “Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Alam Terhadap Penangkapan Ikan Oleh Negara Di Laut Lepas Menurut Hukum Internasional [Natural Resources Management on Fishing Activity on The High Seas].” Lex Et Societatis 7, no. 5 (2019): 114-126. https://doi.org/10.35796/LES.V7I5.24730.
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Wahyudi, Dedi. “Implementasi Prinsip Common Heritage Of Mankind Oleh Interna- tional Seabed Authority Menurut UNCLOS 1982 [Implementation of Common Heritage of Mankind Principle by International Seabed Authority].” Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa Hukum 1, no. 3 (November 2021): 1-7.
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Yun, Zhao. “A Multilateral Regime for Space Resource Exploration and Utilization.” Indonesian Journal of International Law 17, no. 3 (2020): 327–340. https://doi. org/10.17304/ijil.vol17.3.789.
Books and Book Chapters
Kurnia, Ida. Aspek Nasional dan Internasional Pemanfaatan Surplus Perikanan di Zona Ekonomi Ekslusif Indonesia [National and International Aspects on Fisher- ies Surplus on Indonesia EEZ]. Jakarta: Sinar Grafika, 2017.
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United Nations Convention on The Law of The Sea, opened for signature 10 Decem- ber 1982, 1833 UNTS 397 (entered into forced 16 November 1994).
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Shenoy, Amritha. Freedom of the Seas, International Law and the South China Sea Dispute, Center for International Legal Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 2020.
Syofyan, Ahmad; Natamiharja, Rudi; Aida, Melly; Aini, Desy Churul; Daryanti, Daryanti; and Januarti, Rasti Putri
"Discourse Enterprise in Natural Resource Management for the Common Heritage of Mankind,"
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