Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Conflicts of Law and Divergencies in the Legal Regimes of Air Space and Outer Space (Volume 109)

(28,558 words)

Author(s): Goedhuis, Daniel
Goedhuis, Daniel Keywords: Airspace | Legal regime | Space | Space law | Mots clefs: Espace aérien | Régime juridique | Espace cosmique | ABSTRACT In his course on conflict of laws and divergencies in the legal regimes of air and space law, Daniel Goedhuis focuses on the following issues: he intends to make a comparative study of the legal status of airspace and outer space, the legal status of aircraft using both spaces, and legislative procedures used in both fields; presents the ways and means used to resolve or redu…

Droit international cosmique (Volume 98)

(40,113 words)

Author(s): Quadri, Rolando
Quadri, Rolando Keywords: Space law | Mots clefs: Droit cosmique | ABSTRACT Rolando Quadri presents in the introduction some general remarks on the doctrine of Cosmic International Law and its significance. He then examines the nature of the rules of the international law, and, inter alia, the problem of the existence of a positive cosmic international law and the limitations of territorial sovereignty. The author then focuses on some particular problems, namely the international legal regime of space vehic…

Similarities with and Differences between Air and Space Law Primarily in the Field of Private International Law (Volume 172)

(37,858 words)

Author(s): I. H. Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor, Mrs.
I. H. Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor, Mrs. Keywords: Air law | Private international law | Space law | Mots clefs: Droit aérien | Droit international privé | Droit cosmique | ABSTRACT In her course, Professor Diederiks-Verschoor, University of Utrecht, studies air and space law in terms of their similarities and differences. The author devotes the first chapter of her study to a presentation of ideas and concepts related to the delimitation between air law and space law. He then examines in detail the issue of liability as well as…

Tendances contemporaines du développement du droit spatial international (Volume 161)

(36,414 words)

Author(s): P. Zhukov, Guennady
P. Zhukov, Guennady Keywords: Space | Development of international law | Space law | Mots clefs: Espace cosmique | Développement du droit international | Droit cosmique | ABSTRACT Guennady Zhukov, Professor at the Institute of the State and Law of Moscow, points out that international space law is formed and developed literally before our eyes, while international maritime law has been formed over several centuries and international air law has been formed over a few decades. The author successively focuses on the main the…

International Space Law in Perspective - Some Major Issues, Trends and Alternatives (Volume 181)

(20,210 words)

Author(s): Gorove, Stephen
Gorove, Stephen Keywords: Space | Space law | Mots clefs: Espace cosmique | Droit de l'espace | ABSTRACT Stephen Gorove's course on international space law focuses on five major issues of international space law. He first studies the issues of the limit of sovereignty of the State and the limit of sovereign rights of the State in space. He then focuses on the resources of celestial bodies and the common heritage of mankind, control of arms in space, space transportation, and equitable access and space telecommunications. Le cours de Stephen Gorove sur le droit international de l'…

Sources du droit international de l’espace (Volume 168)

(39,286 words)

Author(s): G. Marcoff, Marco
G. Marcoff, Marco Keywords: Space | Space law | Sources of law | Mots clefs: Espace cosmique | Droit cosmique | Sources | ABSTRACT Marco Marcoff explains in the introduction to his course that the formation of the customary rules of international space law during the pre-conventional stage of its elaboration as well as the quasi-conventional and quasi-legislative process established in the United Nations system suggestively show the contemporary tendencies affecting the process of creating international rules, and more…

The International Law of Outer Space (Volume 113)

(44,089 words)

Author(s): Lachs, Manfred
Lachs, Manfred Keywords: Space | Space law | Mots clefs: Droit cosmique | ABSTRACT Manfred Lachs presents in the introduction to his course a new dimension of international law: space law. He begins his course with a reminder of man's entry into space and the creation of the rules of law that it requires. He then examines the history of the first texts, the prohibition of national appropriation of space objects and the status of space, objects and persons (astronauts), the rights, obligations, and responsibilities of States, and the issue of telecommunications. Manfred Lachs présente e…