The Use of Air and Outer Space Cooperation and Competition: Proceedings of the International Conference on Air and Outer Space at the Service of World Peace and Prosperity, Held in Beijing from 21-23 August 1995

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Chia-Jui Cheng
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Apr 23, 1998 - Law - 448 pages
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The Proceedings of the Conferences on Air and Space Law, organized in Asia by the Asian Institute of Air and Space Law, are establishing themselves as a major source of up-to-date and thought-provoking literature on the latest international developments. The organizers have again succeeded in attracting the most influential and provocative contributors, and their well-edited papers make a significant addition to the worldwide discussions on the vital question of the use of Air and Outer Space.
 

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Contents

PART
5
The Globalization of the Economic Regulation of
27
A Basic Introduction
55
Joint Ventures in the Airline Industry
77
The Liberalization of Air Transport Services in
87
PART THREE
95
The Conflict
107
The Globalization of the International Air Transport
119
Enforcement
251
Unilateral Efforts Designed to Enhance Security
289
Liability for Compensation for Damage Caused
305
Compensation for Damage to Parties on the Ground
343
The Evolution of Cooperation and Alliances Within
363
Future Space Applications Including the Future
369
The Impact ofOpen Skies Agreements on
399
The Future of Global Economic Air Transport
411

Airline Deregulation in the AsiaPacific Region
131
International Responsibility and Liability for Launch
159
A Preliminary Study of Chinese Bilateral Agreements
191
New Sources of International Space Law
207
Settlements of Disputes in Aviation and Space
231
Asian Hub Developments and Prospects with Special
429
List of Session Chairmen Speakers and Panellists
435
List of Participants
441
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