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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Dispute Settlement in International Space Law: A Multi-Door Courthouse for Outer Space

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ISBN13: 9789004155459
Published: April 2007
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £154.00

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The existence of international law, with its rights, rules and regulations is futile without an effective enforcement mechanism that provides a sufficient and adequate remedy. International space law is particularly significant in the evolution of international dispute settlement because it involves a consideration of issues from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. These issues range from policies of regional and international organizations; to juridical dispute settlement and global governance; to fiscal entrepreneurship and business efficacy; and to scientific breakthroughs and technological advances. In this context, this book looks at an international and interdisciplinary approach in dealing with dispute resolution in space activities. It proposes a workable legal framework for dispute resolution in outer space, together with a mechanism for enforcement and verification.

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Air and Space Law
Table of Cases; Introduction;
Part One: Exploration;
Chapter 1 Dispute Settlement in International Space Law
Chapter 2 Applicability of International Dispute Settlement Mechanisms to Space Law;
Part Two: Evolution;
Chapter 3 Need for a Sectorialized Space Law Dispute Settlement Mechanism
Chapter 4 Recent Developments in Comparable Fields of International Law;
Part Three: Evocation;
Chapter 5 Proposal: The Multi-Door Courthouse for Outer Space
Chapter 6 Development of the Law: Implementing the Multi-Door Courthouse for Outer Space
Chapter 7 Conclusion: Shaping the Future of International Dispute Settlement;