Library: A Round-up of Reading

October 26, 2009 at 12:05 pm | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Richard Bilder, A Legal Regime for the Mining of Helium-3 on the Moon: U.S. Policy Options, SSRN

Issues in Aviation Law and Policy (Volume 9):

*Robert van der Vliet, Europe’s Take on Interlining–II: (Member) State Sovereignty and the ‘Non Imperial Empire’
*P. Paul Fitzgerald, Air Passenger Rights: The First Canadian Efforts…an Inauspicious Beginning
*Gabriel S. Sanchez, Toward Comprehensive Slot Reform in the EU
*Mervyn E. Bennun, The Tuninter 72 Prosecution and Attachment E to Annex 13 of the Chicago Convention
*Gregory O. Principato & Monica Hargrove Kempt, Recent Developments in Airport Security Searches: Is Excessive Cash a Security Threat?
*Hanna Chouest, Dualism, Science and the Law: The Treatment of the Mind-Body Dichotomy Under Article 17 of the Montreal Convention
* Moses George, Public Monopoly to Private Monopoly–Case Study of Greenfield Airport Privatization–Part I

Martha Neil, Did Northwest Pilots Who Flew Past Airport Fall Asleep? FAA Investigates, ABA Journal

Peter A. McLauchlan, Anacarolina Estaba Herrera, and Nikeyla Johnson, Delayed Arrivals in Aviation Law, 36 Transportation Law Journal 21 (2009)

Books
Brian F. Havel, Beyond Open Skies: A New Regime for International Aviation (Wolters Kluwer 2009)

Reports
ESPI Perspectives 28: Relativity of Norms and Disarmament in Outer Space – What Role will the European Draft Code of Conduct Play?

CRS – VH-71/VXX Presidential Helicopter Program: Background and Issues for Congress

CRS – Air Force KC-X Tanker Aircraft Program: Background and Issues for Congress

CRS – Air Force C-17 Aircraft Procurement: Background and Issues for Congress

Blogs
Go to Jail For Using Inaccurate GPS Directions in New York State? – Risk Factor

My Daughter, the Terror Suspect – Prawfs Blog

Response to “My Daughter the Terror Suspect” – TSA Blog

FAA Publishes Correction To Final Rule On Pilot, Flight Instructor, And Pilot School Certification – Aviation Law Discussions

Why are scientists such bad spies? – FP Passport

CJS Appropriations Bill Held Up By Census Amendment – Space Policy Online

Nozette Will Remain In Custody – NASA Watch

NRO Pledges On-Budget Spy Sats – DoD Buzz

Never Mind Balloon Boy, Here’s the Space Jockeys – Opinio Juris

Nozette and Nuclear Rocketry – Secrecy News

A roundup of initial Congressional reaction – Space Politics

Horan on the oneworld Alliance – Aviation Law Prof Blog


Final WH decision: wait till February?
– Space Politics

[BRIEF NOTE] The law of lunar helium-3 – A Bit More Detail

More Congressional reaction – Space Politics

Response to “Bag Check” Cartoon – TSA Blog

ITAR? What’s An ITAR? Is It Like an iPod? – Export Law Blog

TSA to expand use of body scanners – Security Law Brief

A Break in Space: Cosmos-Iridium Update – Arms Control Wonk

Spatial Law and Policy Update (October 25, 2009) – Spatial Law and Policy

Kilgore to Seek to Remove Human Space Flight Liability and Immunity Sunset Clause – Spaceports

Stu Nozette Legal Update – NASA Watch

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