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International Space Law

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ISBN-10: 0898750865

ISBN-13: 9780898750867

Edition: 2000

Authors: Boris Belitsky, A. S. Piradov

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List price: $65.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: University Press of the Pacific
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

The Concept, Substance and Subject-Matter of International Space Law
The Objective Necessity for the Comprehensive Regulation of Space Activities and the Space Regime in International Law
Specific Features of the Regulation of Space Activities and of Space Regime in International Law
The Concepts of Outer Space and Outer Space Activities
The Subjects and the Object in International Law
Defining International Space Law and Its Status in the System of Public International Law
The History of the Establishment of Space Law
The Soviet Union Gives a Lead to Framing Space Law and Instituting the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
The First International Space Treaty
The Further Development of International Space Law
Sources of International Space Law
International Space Law: a Product of the Space Age
The International Treaty
International Custom
International Organisation and Lawmaking
The Soviet-American Agreements on Space Co-operation as a Source of International Space Law
Fundamental Principles of International Space Law
Freedom of Exploration and Use of Outer Space and Celestial Bodies
Non-Appropriation of Outer Space or Celestial Bodies
Exploration and Use of Outer Space and Celestial Bodies in Accordance with the Fundamental Principles of International Law, Including the Basic Principles of the United Nations Charter
Partial Demilitarisation of Outer Space and Total Demilitarisation
Retention by States of Sovereign Rights over Space Objects Launched
International Responsibility of States for National Activities in Space, Including Liability for Damages Caused by Space Objects
Prevention of Potentially Harmful Consequences of Experiments in Outer Space and on Celestial Bodies
Assistance to Personnel of Spacecraft in the Event of Accident, Distress, or Emergency Landing
International Co-operation in the Peaceful Exploration and Use of Outer Space and Celestial Bodies
Legal Problems of the Exploration of the Moon and the Planets
Defining the Term "Celestial Bodies"
Existing Rules of International Law as Applied to Celestial Bodies
Legal Regulation of Activities on the Moon in the Light of the Soviet Draft Treaty on the Moon
The Legal Status of Space Objects
Defining the Concept of a Space Object
Classification of Space Objects
Registration of Space Objects
International Law and the Safety of Spaceflight
The Atom and Outer Space
Liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects
The Regulation of Various Aspects of Space Activities
Space Communications
Direct Television Broadcasting via Satellites
The Use of Artificial Earth Satellites for Navigation
Space Meteorology
The Exploration of the Earth's Resources by Space Facilities
Space Activities and Environmental Protection
International Co-operation Involving the USSR in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space (Legal Aspects)
Multilateral Co-operation
Intercosmos Programme
The Intersputnik International Organisation of Space Communications
Bilateral Co-operation
The Agreement Between the USSR and France
Agreements Between the USSR and the USA
Agreements Between the USSR and India
Co-operation Within the Framework of International Non-governmental Organisations
The International Committee on Space Research
The International Astronautical Federation
Selected Soviet Bibliography on International Space Law
Subject Index