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eBook Space law perspectives: Commentaries based on volumes 1-15 (1957-1972) of the Colloquia on the Law of Outer Space, sponsored by the International ... of the International Astronautical Federation epub
  • ISBN: 0837711061
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Specialties
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Distributed for the University of California, Davis, California [by] F. B. Rothman (1976)
  • Pages: 302 pages
  • ePUB size: 1281 kb
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Library of Congress Control Number: 76026814. International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

Library of Congress Control Number: 76026814. Publication, Distribution, et. South Hackensack, . Distributed for the University of California, Davis, California F. B. Rothman, (c)1976. Physical Description: ix, 302 p. ;, 29 cm.

Space law is the body of law governing space-related activities, encompassing both international and domestic agreements, rules, and principles

Space law is the body of law governing space-related activities, encompassing both international and domestic agreements, rules, and principles. Parameters of space law include space exploration, liability for damage, weapons use, rescue efforts, environmental preservation, information sharing, new technologies, and ethics.

In 1960, the International Institute of Space Law, a nongovernmental .

In 1960, the International Institute of Space Law, a nongovernmental organization, was created to promote international cooperation in the space law-making process. Today, several universities worldwide offer programs and degrees in space law. The field of space law evolved to deal with questions such as property rights, weapons in space, protection of astronauts and other matters. However, space law remains a challenging field to define. It was ratified in 1967, largely based on a set of legal principles the general assembly accepted in 1962. The treaty has several major points to it. Some of the principal ones are

Yet the law of space, instead of lagging behind the astronauts as some lawyers fear, is threatening to outfly .

Yet the law of space, instead of lagging behind the astronauts as some lawyers fear, is threatening to outfly the attraction of the earth’s gravity.

Published by: The International Institute of Space Law Paris, France with the generous support of the Indian Space . The 100-year long history of space law is broadly internationally based.

Printed at: Brilliant Printers Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore, 560 094, India. A Concise History of Space Law: 1910-2009. First mention-ed in a journal article in Paris, in 1910, space law was an amorphous idea without shape or substance for more than two decades. In 1932 the first comprehensive monograph appeared, presenting important, fundamental concepts.

The principles of international space law form an important clement of the system of new principles of general international law that reflect the efforts of the Soviet Union, the other countries of the socialist community, and al. .

The principles of international space law form an important clement of the system of new principles of general international law that reflect the efforts of the Soviet Union, the other countries of the socialist community, and all peaceable states to promote detente, prevent another world war, and bring about general and complete disarmament. The evolution of international space law – and, for that matter, of international law in general – is influenced by the objective needs of states and, specifically, by such factors as changes in the correlation of strength on the international scene, the foreign policies of states, and world opinion, to mention only a few such factors.

on the Law of Outer Space, London, 1959, Proceedings, Wien .

on the Law of Outer Space, London, 1959, Proceedings, Wien, Springer-Verlag, 1960). Elaborate bibliographies have been published by Mr. John C. Hogan, Dr. Eugène Pépin, and others. See Rolando Quadri, Droit international Cosmique, in Recueil des Cours de l’Académie de Droit International, Vol. 98, 1959 (III), pp. 509–597. Philip C. Jessup and Howard J. Taubenfeld, Controls for Outer Space and the Antarctic Analogy (New York, 1959).

This convention, drawn up by the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, was the fourth treaty exclusively dedicated to outer space.

Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository. Perspectives for a Law of Outer Space to affect the law of space as it develops over the years. Perspectives for a Law of Outer Space. See the books and periodicals on space uses listed in Hogan, "IA Guide to the. Study of Space Law," P-1290, at 10-18 (Rand Corporation, March 1, 1958; to be published in St. Louis Univ. to affect the law of space as it develops over the years. Some of these conditions are common to many areas of human conduct and interest; some are, in a measure, peculiar to the use of outer space.

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