In determining the distribution of the invisible resources of the space environment; e.g. radio frequencies and geostationary orbital positions; through such international institutions as the UN, ITU, and UNESCO; much deference will be accorded to the prerogative of national choice. Such choice must, of necessity, be conditioned by suitable concerns for the well-being of the entire world community.
Christol, Carl Q.
"Telecommunications, Outer Space, and the New International Information Order (NIIO),"
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