This second edition takes account of the important changes that have swept the field since the end of the Cold War, including the rapid growth and change in commercial space-launch services, increasingly important issues of international trade in space-related goods and services, the expansion of space-based communications services, and the move to rethink- and perhaps rewrite- the Moon Treaty. Charting the legal and political outlines of the last frontier, the volume offers extensive excerpts from major works in the field of space law to provide a sense of the many different interests and schools of thought that are shaping space policy.
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