Volume 11 - 1983 - Number 1 & 2

Volume 11 - 1983 - Number 1 & 2

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Article [+]

Stephen Gorove, Current Issues of Space Law Before the United Nations 5

Roy Gibson, Law and Security in Outer Space: International Regional Role - Focus on the European Space Agency 15

Kenneth S. Pedersen, International Cooperation and Competition in Space: A Current Perspective 21

M. G. Bourely, The Spacelab Program and Related Legal Issues 27

Eilene Galloway, Law and Security in Outer Space: The Role of Congress In Space Law and Policy 35

David H. Small, Security Aspects of the Current United Nations Space Law Agenda 51

Ronald F. Stowe, The Legal and Political Considerations of the 1985 World Administrative Radio Conference 61

Norman Wulf, Arms control - Outer Space 67

Paul G. Dembling and Delbert D. Smith, Solar Power Satellites and Security Considerations: The Case for Multilateral Agreements 73

Peter E. Wagner, Capturing the Sun: The Nuts and bolts of Solar Cells For Satellite Power 83

Bin Cheng, The Legal Status of Outer Space and Relevant Issues:Delimitation of Outer Space and Definition of Peaceful Use 89

Edward R. Finch, Jr., Law and Security in Outer Space: Implications for Private Enterprise 107

Irwin M. Pikus, Law and Security in Outer Space: Private Sector Interests 111

Roger K. Hoover, Law and Security in Outer Space from the Viewpoint of Private Industry 115


Events of Interest [+]

A. Past Events 125

Reports
Review of the Work of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (N. Jasentuliyana) 125

Short Accounts
The Conference on the History of Aviation and Space Research Devoted to the 25th Anniversary of Space Era of Mankind, Moscow, Sept. 20-23, 1982 (E. Kamenetskaya) 130

The Second Seminar of the Lawyers of Socialist Countries under the Intercosmos Program, Prague, 25-30, 1982 (E. Kamenetskaya) 131

Conference on "Developments of Commercial Activity in Space - Economic, Legal and Insurance Aspects." Rome, March 3-4, 1983 (Benito Pagnanelli) 133

Panel Discussion on "Remote Sensing," International Studies Association Meeting, Mexico City, April 8, 1983 (Carl Q. Christol) 134

Symposium on "Air, Space and Law," Paris, April 14 and 15, 1983 (Olivier de Saint-Lager) 136

Session on "Space Telecommunications- Issues and Policies," American Society of International Law Washington, D.C., April 15, 1983 (Stephen Gorove) 138

Conference on "Space Manufacturing," Princeton University, May 9-19, 1983 (Stephen Gorove) 139

Session on "Commercial Activity in Space," Second National Institute in Litigation in Aviation and Space Law, Washington, D.C., May 26-28, 1983 (Stephen Gorove) 140

Program on "International Manned Space Flight," U.N. Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium, June 21, 1983 (Stephen Gorove) 140

Activities of the Legal Implications Subcommittee of the FCC Space WARC Advisory Committee, Washington, D.C. (Martin A. Rothblatt) 141

IISL Program on "Space Problems at the Turn of the Century,' U.N. Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium, March 24, 1983 (Martin Menter) 142

Other Events 143
Brief News 143

B. Forthcoming Events 144


Book Reviews/Notices [+]

Carl Q. Christol, The Modern International Law of Outer Space (Eilene Galloway) 145

George A. Codding, Jr., and Anthony M. Rutkowski, The International Telecommunication Union in a Changing World 146

Andrzej Gorbiel, Outer Space In International Law 146

Lt. Gen. Daniel O. Graham, U.S.A.F. (Ret.), The high Frontier: A New National Strategy 148

Bhupendra Jasani (ed.), Outer Space - a New Dimension of the Arms Race 149

Peter M. Bainum (ed.), Space In The 1980s and Beyond: 17th European Space Symposium 149

J.N. Pelton, Global Talk 150

Kiran Karnik (ed.), Alternative Space Futures and the Humaun Condition 150


Recent Publications [+]

Books 153
Articles 153
Reports 156
Book Reviews/ Notices 156
Official Publications 157
Miscellaneous 160


Current Documents [+]

Excerpts from the Report of the Legal Sub-committee on the Work of its Twenty-Second Session (21 March - 8 April 1983).. 165