Library: A Round-up of Reading

May 31, 2011 at 3:38 pm | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Taylor Dinerman, Spacepower versus bin Laden, The Space Review

Documents
Declaration on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Human Space Flight and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space: Working paper submitted by the Chair of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. (UN Doc. A/AC.105/L.283/Rev.1)

Reports
ESPI Report 32: SatCom Policy in Europe

Commercial Launch Vehicles: NASA Taking Measures to Manage Delays and Risks, by Cristina T. Chaplain, director, acquisition and sourcing management, before the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics, House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. GAO-11-692T, May 26.

NASA OIG – Semiannual Report

Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development – THE BUSINESS OF SPACE SCIENCE

Blogs
FAA introduces easy steps for safer, smoother summer air travel – Fast Lane

Improve Air Cargo Security with Risk-based Screening – Security Debrief

Lidle Judge Keeps Evidence Out; Jury Rules for Cirrus – Aviation Law Monitor

A brief export control debate on the House floor – Space Politics

NASA Proposed Rule: Commercial Acquisition: Anchor Tenancy – NASA Watch

Intent, Export Contingency, and National Treatment – International Economic Law and Policy Blog

Is Russia reviving an old laser ASAT project? – Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces

NASA Proposed Rule: Commercial Acquisition: Anchor Tenancy – NASA Watch

Intent, Export Contingency, and National Treatment – International Economic Law and Policy Blog

Bill Would Keep Big Brother’s Mitts Off Your GPS Data – Danger Room

Lies, damn lies and the House COTS costs – RLV and Space Transport News

Commercial cargo skepticism and support – Space Politics

Political “Reviews” Moving to the Forefront – Commercial Space

LSA Loophole Claims the Life of Another Hawaiian Tourist – Aviation Law Monitor

The Final ‘Frontier’ in Corporate Shame – Security Debrief

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