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Proceedings of the Workshop on Space Law in the Twenty-first Century
Workshop on Space Law in the Twenty-First Century (1999 : Vienna, Austria)
Publication Information:
New York : United Nations, [2000]
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232 pages ; 30 cm
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At head of title: Office for Outer Space Affairs, United Nations Office at Vienna.

"Sales No. E.00.I.5"--Cover.

"UNISPACE III Technical Forum, July 1999."--Cover.


"This document has not been formally edited."--T.p. verso.
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The 35 papers presented at the July 1999 conference discuss United Nations treaties, global launch services, global communications services, global remote sensing services, the roles of international organizations in privatization and commercial use of outer space, global navigation services, possible international regulatory frameworks, and maintaining the space environment. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Table of Contents

Vladimir KopalF. G. von der DunkS. BhattEilene GallowayEduardo Gaggero and Alicia Lausarot and Marta GaggeroYury KolosovH. Peter van FenemaCatherine BaudinJohn B. GanttJose Monserrat FilhoArmel KerrestFrancis LyallAlfons A. E. NollJonathan GallowayRam JakhuCarlos H. Rebellon BetancourtAlexander V. YakovenkoM.G. ChandrasekharChristian RoisseDavid SagarVictor S. VeshchunovLeonard S. DooleyP. HulsrojMartin StanfordPaul B. LarsenJiefang HuangB.D.K. HenakuPeter MalanczukV. S. ManiLubos PerekG. LafferranderieKarl-Heinz BockstiegelMaureen WilliamsArmel Kerrest
I. Conclusions and Proposals of the Workshop on Space Law in the Twenty-First Century, Organized by the International Institute of Space Lawp. 1
II. Report of the Third United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space: Section on "International Space Law" (II. V. H. 2)p. 5
III. Existing United Nations Treaties: Strengths and Needs (Session 1)p. 9
1. Discussion Paperp. 11
2. Commentary Paperp. 19
3. Commentary Paperp. 23
4. Commentary Paperp. 24
5. Commentary Paperp. 28
6. Commentary Paperp. 30
7. Summary Reportp. 32
IV. Expanding Global Launch Services (Session 2)p. 33
1. Discussion Paperp. 35
2. Commentary Paperp. 47
3. Commentary Paperp. 50
4. Commentary Paperp. 55
5. Commentary Paperp. 57
6. Summary Reportp. 58
V. Expanding Global Communications Services (Session 3)p. 61
1. Discussion Paperp. 63
2. Commentary Paperp. 80
3. Commentary Paperp. 87
4. Commentary Paperp. 91
5. Summary Reportp. 93
VI. Expanding Global Remote Sensing Services (Session 4)p. 95
1. Discussion Paperp. 97
2. Commentary Paperp. 125
3. Commentary Paperp. 125
4. Commentary Paperp. 126
5. Summary Reportp. 127
VII. The Roles of International Organizations in Privatization and Commercial Use of Outer Space (session 5)p. 129
1. Discussion Paperp. 131
2. Commentary Paperp. 136
3. Commentary Paperp. 140
4. Commentary Paperp. 143
5. Commentary Paperp. 146
6. Commentary Paperp. 148
7. Summary Reportp. 151
VIII. Expanding Global Navigation Services (Session 6)p. 153
1. Discussion Paperp. 155
2. Commentary Paperp. 167
3. Commentary Paperp. 169
3. Summary Reportp. 177
IX. Possible International Regulatory Frameworks, Including Legal Conflict Resolution in Expanding Space Commercialization (Session 7)p. 179
1. Discussion Paperp. 181
2. Commentary Paperp. 192
3. Summary Reportp. 193
X. Maintaining the Space Environment (Session 8)p. 195
1. Discussion Paperp. 197
2. Commentary Paperp. 196
3. Commentary Paperp. 207
4. Commentary Paperp. 212
5. Commentary Paperp. 216
6. Summary Reportp. 216
I. Workshop on Space Law in the 21st Century: Programmep. 219
II. List of Participants and Speakers in the IISL Workshopp. 223