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Journal of Space Law: Current Issue

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Volume 44.1 – 2020

Fengna Xu, Jinyuan Su and Miqdad Mehdi – A Re-Examination of Fundamental Principles of International Space Law at the Dawn of Space Mining

Danielle Ireland-Piper and Steven Freeland – Star Laws: Criminal Jurisdiction in Outer Space
Christian A. Packard – Falling Back to Earth: The Return of State Predominance in Russian National Space Legislation in the Roscosmos Era
Marshall McKellar – Quantum Bits of Light: The Future of Quantum Key Distribution Under Export Administration Regulations and the First Amendment


Student Articles
Manal Cheema – Ubers of Space: United States Liability Over Unauthorized Satellites
Jonathan Tjandra – Universal Human Rights: An Analysis of States’ Obligations Under the Right to Life in Outer Space
Sara Raye Flenniken – Ad Astra Per Maris: Using the Law of the Sea to Protect the Space Environment
Charles H. Ellzey – Promoting Globalization in Space Policy: A Look at United States Export Controls


Book Reviews
Jeremy Grunert – Understanding Space Strategy: The Art of War in Space
Michelle L.D. Hanlon – Introduction to Space War


Movie Review
Sean Patrick Taylor – 2001: A Space Odyssey