Fiallos Pazmiño, L.F., The International Civil Operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems under Air Law, 2020
The International Civil Operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems under Air Law explores the current legal and regulatory frameworks comprehensively from the perspective of how they may facilitate the routine and cross-border operations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
Space law is a relatively new branch of law, roughly starting in 1957 with the launch of the Sputnik I, the first satellite in space.
Dongar, O., L'évolution de la finalité des activités spatiales: un défi pour le droit de l'espace, 2020
Les principes de liberté d’utilisation de l’espace, de sa non-appropriation, de son utilisation pacifique, la notion de patrimoine commun de l’humanité, démontrent la prise en compte des intérêts de l’humanité qui irradient le droit de l’espace.
The Geostationary Ring: Practice and Law addresses numerous physical aspects of this highly sought-after orbit which serves as the backbone for international satellite communications and analyses the evolution of its use, coordination and disputes related to the Geostationary Orbit.
The objective of this book is to provide ICAO, States, competent authorities and aerodrome operators with a comprehensive overview of legal challenges related to international aerodrome planning.
Bergamasco, F., Cassar, R., Popova, R. and Scott, B.I., Cybersecurity: Key Legal Considerations for the Aviation and Space Sectors, 2020
Cybersecurity is a resourceful book which explores the current laws relevant to aviation and space cybersecurity and analyses them from a critical perspective.
Mendes de Leon/Buissing, Behind and Beyond the Chicago Convention: the Evolution of Aerial Sovereignty, 2019
Behind and Beyond the Chicago Convention is intended to analyse the concept of sovereignty in international civil aviation, how it evolved in the course of times, how it related to European integration process and to air traffic management.
In the only analysis of its kind, Dr. Maria-Vittoria “Giugi” Carminati asks the question: if a commercial space operator kills or injures one of its spaceflight participants or a crewmember, what is the extent of the operator’s liability? In the United States, that question has no clear answer.
Fundamentals of International Aviation Law and Policy offers students a systematic, tailored and dynamic approach to understanding the legal scenario concerning international civil aviation.
Froehlich, A. and V. Seffinga, The United Nations and Space Security: Conflicting Mandates between UNCOPUOS and the CD, 2020
This book provides a detailed analysis on the history and development of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) and the Conference on Disarmament (CD) and the coordination and cooperation between these two fora.