17 J. Space L. [i] (1989)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl17 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of human activities in outer space
VOLUME 17                         1989                     NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
Announcem  ent ................................................................................ i
ARTICLES
Land Mobile Satellite Communications: A Further Development
in International Space Law (Part I), (Dr. Wolf D. Van
Noorden  and  Phillip  Dann) ............................................. 1
Space Law and the Geostationary Orbit: The ITU's ,
WARC-ORB 85-88 Concluded (Stephen E. Doyle) ...... 13
The Intergovernmental Space Station Agreement and Intellectual
Property Rights (R. Oosterlinck) .................................. 23
SPECIAL FEATURES
Events  of  Interest ................................................................ 37
A.     Past  Events .......................................................  37
Reports
Review of the Work of the United Nations Scientific and
Technical Sub-Committee on Outer Space in February-
March  1989  (Shiego  Iwai) ............ ................................. 37
The 28th Session of the Legal Sub-Committee of the UN Committee
on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, 20 March - 7 April
1989  (Paul  C. Szasz) ....................................................  41
Developments in the International Law of Telecommunications
(Katherine  M.  Gorove) .................................................... 47
Comments
Threat or Use of Force - Observations to Article 2 of the U. N.
Charter and Article III of the Outer Space Treaty
(  Dr.  Gyula  Gfil) ............................................................  54

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