Library: A Round-up of Reading

August 25, 2008 at 10:05 am | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Andrés Gálvez & Géraldine Naja-Corbin, Space Tourism: ESA’s View of Private Suborbital Spaceflight, ESA Bulletin


Earthbound: Gravity is not the main obstacle for America’s space business. Government is
, The Economist

Washington, we have a problem: America’s space efforts are being hampered by politics, The Economist

Andrei Kislyakov, Space espionage: a high priority, RIA Novisti

Kornblatt, Sara. Note. Are emerging technologies in airport passenger screening reasonable under the Fourth Amendment? 41 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 385-412 (2007).

Tukdi, Irfan. Comment. Transatlantic turbulence: the passenger name record conflict. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 587-620 (2008).

45 HOUSTON LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SYMPOSIUM, 2008:

Thirty Years of Airline Deregulation: A Structure, Conduct and Performance Review. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 287-507 (2008).

Bush, Darren. Introduction. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 287-292 (2008).

Reitzes, James and Diana Moss. Airline alliances and systems competition. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 293-332 (2008).

Levine, Michael E. Airline alliances and systems competition: antitrust policy toward airlines and the Department of Justice guidelines. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 333-342 (2008).

Ghosh, Shubha and Darren Bush. Predatory conduct and predatory legislation: exclusionary tactics in airline markets. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 343-394 (2008).

Sagers, Chris. Raising the price of pork in Texas: a few thoughts on Ghosh, Bush, and the future of the antitrust immunities. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 395-419 (2008).

Dempsey, Paul Stephen. The financial performance of the airline industry post-deregulation. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 421-485 (2008).

Carstensen, Peter C. The poor financial performance of deregulated airlines: competition as causation or only correlation? Reflections on Professor Dempsey’s article. 45 Hous. L. Rev. 487-507 (2008).

Sandeep Gopalan, Aerospace and Defense Industries, 42 International Lawyer 579 (2008).

Mark J. Andrews, Leendeet Creyf, et al., International Transportation Law, 42 International Lawyer 631 (2008).

James Oberg, Assessing the hazards of space hydrazine, and the media reportage of it, The Space Review

Taylor Dinnerman, European missile defense and military space, The Space Review

Proceedings
IIISL – The Proceedings for the 50th Colloqium on the Law of Outer Space (order form)

Presentations
Rachel Yates – Space Tourism: Having Fun at Your Own Risk

Brian Weeden – Space Security and Space Sustainability

Brian Weeden – Development of SSO Zoning

Weeden, Brian. “Space Surveillance and Situational Awareness,” 2008.

Weeden, Brian. “Vulnerabilities in U.S. Space Power,” 2008

Fact Sheets
Secure World Foundation – United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research

Reports
AIAA – Inside Aerospace 08 Report and Recommendations

ICAO – Written Submission of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to the third Session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Convention (AWG-LCA) (Accra, 21 – 27 August 2008)

CRS – Tactical Aircraft Modernization: Issues for Congress

Blogs
A not-so-secret document – Space Politics

National Security Directive on Space Exploration Policy (2004) – Secrecy News

Forden on Safir-e Omid – Arms Control Wonk

ITAR – a successful munition against US aerospace – HobbySpace.com

More on Regulation – The Launch Pad

ITAR (which I hate with a passion) Slammed by the Economist – Space Solar Power

Recent Spatial Law Links – Spatial Law

More Thoughts On The Tether Permits – Transterrestial Musings

Bullsh*t Hydrazine Story – Arms Control Wonk

Karzai Condemns US Air Strike: Was it Indiscriminate Force? – Exploring International Law

Biting Memo Details Intel, DoD Satellite Feud – DoD Buzz

Newsletters
NSGIC – Summer 2008

Presidential Directives
NSPD-31

Interviews
George Nield – Cosmic Log

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