Frontiers of Aerospace Law
Addressing the issues resulting from the gradual merger between the two previously isolated regimes of human conduct relating to air and space law, this volume is essential reading for international and national lawyers and academics specializing in space and air law, as well as industry executives concerned with the merging interests of aviation and aerospace business endeavour.
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