Volume 13 - 1985 - Number 1 & 2

Volume 13 - 1985 - Number 1 & 2

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Article [+]

S. Neil Hosenball, NASA and the Practice of Space Law 1

Barbara Luxenberg and Gerald J. Mossinghoff, Intellectual Property and Space Activities 8

V. S. Vereshchetin and Gennady M. Danilenko, Custom, as a Source of International Law of Outer Space 22


Events of Interest [+]

A. Past Events 36

Reports
Thirteenth Annual Friedmann Conference on the Global Telecommunications Revolution, Columbia University School of Law, March 29, 1985 (Katherine M. Gorove) 36

An Agenda for International Co-operation in Sharing the Benefits of Space Exploration (Nandasiri Jasentuliyana) 39

American Society of International Law Meeting on "Arms Control and U.S. Policy: 'Star Wars,' MAD, MX, and Pershing IIs," April 26, 1985 (Stephen Gorove) 47

Short Accounts
Annual Meeting of the AALS Session of the Aviation and Space Law Section (Stephen Gorove) 50

Establishment of a National Commission on Space and Appointment of its Members on March 29, 1985 (David C. Webb) 51

1985 Conference on "International Space Policy: Options for the Twentieth Century and Beyond," Georgia Institute of Technology, May 16-17, 1985 (John R. McIntyre) 53

L-Band Update (Martin R. Rothblatt) 54

Other Events 55
Brief News 56

B. Forthcoming Events 56


Book Reviews/Notices [+]

Gennady Zhukov and Yuri Kolosov, International Space Law (Stephen Gorove) 58

Nandasiri Jasentuliyana and Ralfh Chipman (eds.), International

Space Programs and Policies 61

Nathan C. Goldman, Space Commerce 64


Recent Publications [+]

Books 65
Articles 65
Reports 67
Book Reviews/Notices 68
Official Notices 68
Miscellaneous 69


Current Documents [+]

Working Document Sudmitted by the Chairman of the Working Group of Agenda item 3: Legal Implications of Remote Sensing of the Earth From Space, With the Aim of Formulating Draft-Principles 74

The Feasibility of Obtaining Closer Spacing of Satellites in the Geostationary Orbi 76