11 J. Space L. [i] (1983)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl11 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of man's activities in outer space

VOLUME 11              SPRING & FALL 1983            NUMBERS 1 & 2
CONTENTS
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Forew ord  ...................... ....... ... ..............  3
ARTICLES
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. Bour~ly, 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   A genda  ............................................  51
Ronald F. Stowe, The Legal and Political Considerations of the 1985
WorldAdministrative 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

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