The two primary areas discussed in this chapter which entail extensive international cooperation and further the establishment of practices or standards include (1) manned space flight and (2) the question of protection of the space commons and the treatment of space debris. Although the issues of delimitation and access to the geostationary orbit are important, they do not call for as much attention by the United States or Russia. Of course, the Legal Subcommittee of UNCOPUOS can continue to discuss the question of delimitation, probably in the context of the most recent Russian working paper. At the same time, issues of the geostationary orbit can continue to be dealt with within the ITU when problems with the implementation of the current standards arise. Clearly, cooperation for the protection of the space environment and conclusion of a treaty on manned space flight does not mean that a new world space organization is necessary. Nor does it require that a new limited space organization be established immediately. Rather, it suggests that both topics should be put on the Legal Subcommittee's agenda to be studied by groups of experts who could in turn draft a treaty on manned space flight and establish standards and recommended practices for the protection of the space environment.