Vol. XLII (2017)

 

Volume XLII (2017) offers an array of articles that cover developments and issues of interest to the air and space law community.

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Preface by Editor-in-Chief Professor Brian F. Havel.


Section I: Leading Articles: Part A: Air Law

BRIAN F. HAVEL

How Brexit Can Transform the Governance of Global Civil Aviation

P. PAUL FITZGERALD

Re-Imagining Canada's No Fly List

RONNIE R. GIPSON JR.

The Chicago Convention Should Not Be Used to Create Criminals

SAADIA ZAHOOR

Independence of Aviation Investigation: Review of Air Crash Investigation Rules and Reports in Pakistan

ANNA KONERT & AGNIESZKA KUNERT-DIALLO

La loi applicable dans le cas de la responsabilite pour les produits aeronautiques defectueux

IMAD ELDIN ABDULHAY & BASHAR H. MALKAWI

De l' efficadte des mesures administratives contre les nuisances sonores des avions en droit franc;ais et emirati

Section I: Leading Articles: Part B: Space Law

PAUL STEPHEN DEMPSEY & MARIA MANOLI

Suborbital Flights and the Delimitation of Air Space Vis-a-vis Outer Space: Functionalism, Spatialism and State Sovereignty9

ANDREW JAMES SIMON-BUTLER

Freedom of Movement in Outer Space

as an Individual Human Right

RAMS. JAKHU & KUAN-WEI CHEN

A Holistic Education Curriculum for Capacity-Building

in Space Law

GILLES DOUCET

Fault in Space: A Proposed Approach for Liability Assessments in the Event of Accidental Collisions in Outer Space

Section II: Shorter Articles and Comments

LAURA M. BOLZ

Lufthansa/Certain Air Berlin Assets: The European Commission's New "Dominant Slot Holding Position" Test for Assessing Market Power

SRIVATS SHANKAR

A Fresh Start for the Fourth Planet: An Economic Perspective on the Habitation of Celestial Bodies

Section III: Book Reviews

KATARZYNA MALINOWSKA

Space Insurance: International Legal Aspects

Reviewed by Peter D. Nesgos

PETER STUBBE

State Accountability for Space Debris: A Legal Study of Responsibility for Polluting the Space Environment and Liability for Damage Caused by Space Debris

Reviewed by Francis Lyall

MD TANVEER AHMAD

Climate Change Governance in International Civil Aviation: Toward Regulating Emissions Relevant to Climate Change and Global Warming
Reviewed by P. Paul Fitzgerald

PHILIP DE MAN

Exclusive Use in an Inclusive Environment: The Meaning of the Non­ Appropriation Principle for Space Resource Exploitation

Reviewed by Kuan Yang

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