Library: A Round-up of ReadingApril 28, 2008 at 10:24 am | Posted in Library | 2 Comments
Anthony Cordato, Now Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy the Flight!, International Travel Law Journal, p. 24 (2008).
Nuraisyah Chua Abdullah, ‘Delay Terms’ In Airline Contracts: Aspects of UK and Malaysian Law and Practice, International Travel Law Journal, p. 41 (2008).
Gerard Morales and Matthew Goldstein, “Deemed Exports” Of Technology: How Safe Is Your Client’s Company?, 54 Practical Lawyer 29 (2008).
Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto and Steven Freeland, Space Weaponization and the United Nations Charter Regime on Force: A Thick Legal Fog or a Receding Mist?, 41 International Lawyer 1091 (2007)
Harper, Jacob M. Development. Technology, politics, and the new space race: the legality and desirability of Bush’s national space policy under the public and customary international laws of space. 8 Chi. J. Int’l L. 681-699 (2008). [L][W]
Maogoto, Jackson and Steven Freeland. The final frontier: the laws of armed conflict and space warfare. 23 Conn. J. Int’l L. 165-195 (2007).
Wayne Eleazer, The satellite shootdown: the rest of the story – The Space Review
Dennis Wingo – Establishing the Vision for Space Exploration – SpaceRef
State Department’s Frank Ruggiero Interviewed on Defense Exports – Export Law Blog
The Next Steps for Spaceport America – Personal Spaceflight
Soyuz and Congress – Space Politics
Virginia Provides Spaceport Bonds – Spaceports
Space cops will use VTHL spacecraft – Dick’s Rocket Dungeon
Clinton introduces a familiar-looking Arecibo bill – Space Politics
Improved governance needed to realize nanotech’s benefits -SpaceRef
National Transportation Safety Board: Progress Made in Management Practices, Investigation Priorities, Training Center Use, and Information Security, But These Areas Continue to Need Improvement. GAO-08-652T, April 23
National Science Foundation – NSF 08-42, Arctic Observing Network (AON): Toward a U.S. Contribution to Pan-Arctic Observing
Statement of Robert A. Sturgell, Acting Administrator Before the Senate Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies on Field Hearing on Airspace Redesign and Flight Scheduling Practices at Philadelphia International Airport
NASA Intern Hoping To Go On Space Walk Before He Leaves In June – The Onion