9 J. Space L. [i] (1981)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl9 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 9               SPRING & FALL 1981             NUMBERS 1 & 2
CONTENTS
A nnouncem ent ........................................     1
ARTICLES
Manfred Lachs, Some Reflections on the State of the Law of Outer
Sp ace  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3
Aldo Armando Cocca, The Advances in International Law Through
the Law  of  Outer Space  ..................................  13
Eilene Galloway, Perspectives of Space Law ....................  21
V. S. Vereshchetin, International Space Law and Domestic Law:
Problems of Interrelations  ................................  31
Stephen Gorove, Energy From Space: An Imperative for International
Coop eration  ..........................................    41
David M. Leive, Essential Features ofINTELSA T: Applications for the
Future ...............................................      45
Martin Menter, Commercial Participation in Space Activities .......  53
S. Neil Hosenball, The Space Shuttle In Perspective .............  69
Carl Q. Christol, The American Bar Association and the 1979 Moon
Treaty: The Search for a Position  ...........................  77
Hamilton DeSaussure, Maritime and Space Law, Comparisons and
Contrasts (An Oceanic View of Space Transport) .................  93
Stephen E. Doyle, Significant Developments in Space Law: A
Projection for the Next Decade .............................  105

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