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Journal of Space Law: Current Issue

The current issue of the Journal of Space Law features some of the most notable names in space law and space policy.  It is available in full here: Vol 46: No. 1 2022.  Please email if you need additional assistance.


Volume 46.1 – 2022




Providing Clarity for Fault-Based Liability in International Space
Law: A Practical Approach Through Principles of General
International Law – Major Tyler J. Sena


The Perils of Plurality: Revisiting the Making of the International
Law of the Moon – S.G. Sreejith


The Artemis Plan: A Paradigm Shift in International Law?
– Rossana Deplano


The Odyssey of European Space Policy – Maria Castillo


Lunar Missions by Newer Space Actors in the Next Five Years: An
Evaluation of Legal Issues – Upasana Dasgupta


Tracking the Evolution of Customary Rules in International Space
Law – Berfin Bediz Yildiz Keskin


Commercial Space Companies: Lawmakers of 21st Century New
Space – Hongxi Wang