32 J. Space L. i (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl32 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF LAW
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO SPACE LAW AND THE LEGAL PROBLEMS
ARISING OUT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN OUTER SPACE.
VOLUME 32                SUMMER 2006                  NUMBER 1
THE VISION FOR SPACE EXPLORATION:
A DEDICATED ISSUE
CONTENTS
Foreword ............................................... Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz  iii
C all  for  P ap ers  .................................................................................  vii
Articles
A Competitive Environment in
Outer Space ..................................................... P.P.C. H aanappel  1
Asylum-Seekers in Outer Space, a Perspective on
the Intersection between International Space Law
and U.S. Immigration Law .............................. Marc M. Harrold  15
Legal Issues Relating to the Global Public
Interest in  Outer Space ............................................. Ram  Jakhu  31
Organizational Conflicts of Interest:
A Practical Legal Issue in Implementing
the Vision for Space Exploration,
A  View  from  the Trenches ............................................ Eve Lyon  111
Transcending to a Space Civilization:
The Next Three Steps Toward a
Defining Constitution .................................. George S. Robinson 147

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