22 J. Space L. [i] (1994)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl22 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 22                          1994                   NUMBERS 1 & 2
Announcement                                                    iv
Judge Manfred Lachs: An Obituary
(I.H.Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor)                            1
Regulation of Space Salvage Operations: Possibilities for the
Future (N. Jasentuliyana)                                5
The International Telecommunication Union and Development
Francis Lyall)                                          23
Judge Manfred Lachs and the Principle of Jus Cogens
(Carl Q. Christol)                                      33
Human Settlements on Planets; New Stations or New Nations
(Dr. Ernst Fasan)                                       47
Some Considerations on the Legal Status of Aerospace Systems
(Vladimir Kopal)                                        57
Liability of Aerospace Manufacturers: MacPherson v. Buick
Sputters into the Space Age (Phillip D. Bostwick)       75
The Role of ESA in the Evolution of Space Law
(Gabriel Lafferranderie & Paul Henry Tuinder)           97
Events   of   Interest                                               115
A. Past Events                                                115
The 1994 Session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee
of UNCOPUOS Takes Place in a Constructive
Atmosphere - Space Debris Issue for the First Time
on its Agenda (Matthew W. Sanidas)                     1 15

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