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

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007 - Law - 405 pages
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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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Contents

Evolution
137
Evocation
241
Appendices
363

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About the author (2007)

Gérardine Meishan Goh, Ph.D. (2007) in International Law, Leiden University, the Netherlands, is research fellow at the Institute of Air and Space Law, University of Cologne, Germany. She manages and is the co-editor of the Cologne Commentary on Space Law (CoCoSL), a project conducted jointly between the Institute and the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Gérardine is also a business development and legal consultant for the satellite-based geo-information services industry.

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