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Title Recent developments in Space Law : opportunities & challenges / R. Vebnkata Rao, V. Gopalkrishnan, Kumar Abhijeet, editors.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : Springer Verlag, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Law and Criminology eBooks 2017 English+International.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents ""Foreword""; ""Preface""; ""Contents""; ""About the Editors""; ""1 Introduction""; ""2 Select Tenets of Space Law as Jus Cogen""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""; ""Concept of Customary International Law""; ""OST as Customary International Law""; ""Concept of Jus Cogens""; ""Jus Cogens of Space Law""; ""Outer Space as Province of Mankind""; ""Freedom of Access to All States for Exploration and Use""; ""State Responsibility to Humanity""; ""Prohibition on Placement of Weapons in Earth Orbit""; ""Rescue and Return of Astronauts and Space Objects""; ""Conclusion""
""3 Trends in Outer Space Activitiesâ#x80;#x94;Legal and Policy Challenges""""Abstract""; ""Growing Reliance on Outerspace""; ""Dangers""; ""Global Mega Trends and Implications""; ""Satellite Trends""; ""Space Transportation and Human Spaceflight Systems""; ""Trends in the Outer Space Environment""; ""Trends in Investments""; ""Trends in Security""; ""Our Long-Term Vision for Space and Development of Space Law""; ""Space Economyâ#x80;#x94;Challenges for Policy and Law""; ""Space Securityâ#x80;#x94;Challenges of a Diverse and Interdependent World""; ""Space Explorationâ#x80;#x94;Directions for Legal and Policy Developments""
""Conclusion""""4 International Space Governance: Challenges for the Global Space Community""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""; ""Global Commons: Challenge of Collective Action""; ""Outer Space Treaty Regime""; ""Orbital Debris""; ""Earth Observations""; ""Strategic Stability: Challenge of Strategic Assurance""; ""Lawful Means of Space Protection""; ""Deterrence to Protect Space Assets""; ""Global Engagement""; ""Conclusions""; ""5 New Laws for New Space? Using Law Reform to Drive Commercial Space Initiatives""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""
""Woomera and the Birth of the Australian Space Program""""Where Is Australiaâ#x80;#x99;s Space Policy?""; ""Review of the Space Activities Act""; ""Where to from Here?""; ""6 Commercial Human Space Flight: Adequacy of the International Liability Regime Governing Suborbital Space Tourists""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""; ""The Suborbital Space Tourism Industry""; ""The International Liability Regime Governing Suborbital Space Tourists: Does It Actually Exist?""; ""Domestic Law in Focus: The US Liability Regime""; ""Conclusion""; ""7 Increasing Militarization of Space and Normative Responses""
""Abstract""""Introduction""; ""Weaponization of Space""; ""Jus Ad Bellum and Hostilities in Space""; ""International Humanitarian Law and War in Space""; ""International Operational Law Manuals""; ""Conclusion""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""8 Scavenging of Space Objects for Recycling""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""; ""Pollution of Outer Space""; ""Re-Orbiting Practice""; ""On-Orbit Servicing""; ""Challenges and Opportunities of Scavenging Space Objects""; ""Concluding Remarks""; ""9 Towards a Legal Regime for the Protection of Space Assets""; ""Abstract""; ""Introduction""; ""Conclusions""
Summary This book offers a compendium of diverse essays on emerging legal issues in outer space, written by experts in the field of Space Law from different parts of the globe. The book comprehensively addresses opportunities in space and the inevitable legal challenges that these space activities pose for mankind. It explores the increasing role of private sector in outer space, which calls for a review of policy and legislation; invites opinio juris from law scholars for ensuring the applicability of the Outer Space Treaty on all states without ratification and universal abidance with Space Law without demur; reflects upon the challenges for the global space community involved in implementing a more effective approach to international space governance; and considers the use of domestic laws, and the consequent need for legal reform, to encourage broader engagement with commercial space innovation. Further, the book delves into the adequacy of existing international liability regime to protect space tourists in the event of a space vehicle accidents; examines the increasing use of space for military activities and canvasses how International Law may apply to condition behaviour; highlights the challenges of scavenging space debris, with a focus on active remedial methods; calls for protections of space assets; touches upon the legal regime pertaining to ASAT and discusses other ways of creating normative instruments, which also come from other areas and use other methods. Given its comprehensive coverage of opportunities in space and the inevitable legal challenges that they pose, the book offers a valuable resource for students, researchers, academics and professionals including government officials, industry executives, specialists, and lawyers, helping them understand essential contemporary issues and developments in Space Law.-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Venkata Rao, R. (Professor of law), editor.
Gopalkrishnan, V., editor.
Abhijeet, Kumar, editor.
SpringerLink (Online service), issuing body.
Subject Space law.
Electronic books.
Standard Number 10.1007/978-981-10-4926-2
9789811049255
ISBN 9789811049262 (electronic bk.)
9811049262 (electronic bk.)
9811049254
9789811049255
9789811049255
9811049254