Preface-- Introduction-- Property Rights and Outer Space-- Development of Space Registration and Liability Regime-- Satellite Launching Services and Space Tourism-- Liberalization of Telecommunications Services-- National Space Legislation-- International Space Cooperation-- Index.
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This book will be the first English on space law written by a Chinese scholar. With the rapid development of space activities in China, many space scientist and lawyers are keen to know Chinese Legal views on policies and laws on space activities. The book discusses new development of space law in view of the rapid development of space commercial activities from a Chinese legal perspective. The topics selected in the book reflect the author's teaching and research in space law at four different universities: Leiden University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, City University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong. Six areas of space law issues have been selected: property rights, space registration and liability regime, launching services, telecommunications services, national space legislation and international space co-operation.All the topics are closely related to current Chinese space legislation and practice. When dealing with the above six issues, the author will first briefly discuss the current rules and practice at the international level, followed by in-depth analysis of Chinese situation. This will be a unique book. Those who are researching on space law and/or in charge of formulating national space policy will be especially interested in the elaboration of Chinese attitude toward space commercialisation and of the current Chinese space policies and laws. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This publication contains the text of the five outer space treaties so far adopted by the United Nations, relating to activities by States in the exploration and use of outer space, the rescue and return of astronauts and objects launched, international liability for damage caused by space objects, and activities of States on the Moon and other celestial bodies. The publication also details the five Principles and other related resolutions adopted by the General Assembly. (source: Nielsen Book Data)