Cologne Commentary on Space Law (Vol. III)

Cologne Commentary on Space Law (Vol. III)

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The Cologne Commentary on Space Law (CoCoSL) is a three-volume annotation on the norms of space... mehr
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The Cologne Commentary on Space Law (CoCoSL) is a three-volume annotation on the norms of space law as contained in the Treaties of the United Nations and its General Assembly Resolutions. As a joint publication of the Institute of Air and Space Law of the University of Cologne and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the commentary brings together the scientific and academic proficiency of the Institute and the practical and technical capacity of DLR. It constitutes essential reading for all academics, practitioners and technicians working in the field of space law and beyond.

Volume I, II and III

Content Overview Volume I, I and III:
Volume I serves as the foundation upon which Volumes II and III of the Commentary build. It comments on the Outer Space Treaty which represents the first international space treaty that lays down the basic principles for the activities of states in outer space. Volume III discuss the six most relevant United Nations General Assembly Resolutions on space law, namely: · the 1982 Direct Broadcasting Principles, · the 1986 Remote Sensing Principles, · the 1992 Nuclear Power Sources Principles, · the 1996 Space Benefits Declaration, · the 2004 Launching State Resolution and · the 2007 Registration Practice Resolution.

“The space treaties continue to play a crucial role in the utilization of outer space, their comprehension being of utmost significance for the furtherance of their validity. I am sure that the present book will carry on the success of volume I and be established as a standard reference work for the interpretation of the substantive norms of the United Nations space treaties in the years to come.”
Mazlan Othman, Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs,
Deputy Director-General of the United Nations Office at Vienna

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  • Carl Heymanns Verlag
  • 978-3-452-27213-3
  • 17.04.2015
  • 1. Auflage
  • 796
  • 3
  • Hardcover