Space Law: Current Problems and Perspectives for Future Regulation
Marietta Benkö, Kai-Uwe Schrogl, Denise Digrell, Esther Jolley
Eleven International Publishing, 2005 - 310 lappuses
The contributions in this book reflect on the growing diversification of space law and is divided in two parts. The first part provides a look at the current developments in international space law and regulation and the second part investigates future perspectives of this process. It is only recently that international space law entered its third phase of development. While the first phase, between the 1960s and 1970s, was characterized by the elaboration of international conventions in the framework of the United Nations, the second phase saw the adoption of special legal regimes in the form of UN General Assembly Resolutions which were dealing with issues like direct broadcasting by satellites (DBS), remote sensing (RS) and the use of nuclear power sources (NPS) in outer space. The third and current phase received its impetus from the growing commercialization of space activities and their emerging privatization. Therefore the main characteristics of this period relate to the efforts of adapting international space law to these recent changes and of finding ways and means to reconcile State interests with commercial perspectives. This book forms a welcome addition to any collection in the field of space law and is a refreshing contribution to the discussion in the field.
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Facts Which Merit Reflection in Space Law in Particular with Regard to Registration and Space Debris Mitigation
Diversification of Space Law
National Space Legislation Perspectives for Regulating Private Space Activities
Liability for Damage Caused by Space Activities
Ensuring the Binding Force of the Award of the Claims Commission
Which are the Advantages for States Resulting from Registration?
Legal Aspects of the Growing Military Uses of Outer Space
International Cooperation Patterns and Trends of Future Space Regulations
Legal Aspects of Space Tourism
Legal Aspects of the Space Exploration Initiatives
The Concept of Space Traffic Management and Future Space Regulations
Regulation of Space Resources
International Space Law and Space Security Expectations and Criteria for a Sustainable and Peaceful Use of Outer Space
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