This book examines the international and domestic American legal problems associated with activity in outer space from a strong policy perspective, with particular attention given to problems associated with space commercialization and with military activities in outer space. Outer Space: Problems of Law and Policy is indispensable as a casebook, reference, and self-teaching tool for students, practitioners, academics, and members of the aerospace industry.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Preface to the First Edition -- Ancient Russia and the Kievan State -- Russia Divided and Conquered, 1054–1462 -- Moscow and “The Gathering of the Russian Lands,” 1328–1533 -- Ivan the Terrible and the Time of Troubles, 1533–1618 -- The Molding of Russian Society, 1613–89 -- Peter the Great and Westernization, 1689–1725 -- Change and Continuity, 1725–1801 -- Power, Backwardness, and Creativity, 1801–55 -- Reform, Reaction, and Modernization, 1855–1904 -- Revolution, Reform, and War, 1904–17 -- Revolution, Civil War, and the Founding of Soviet Society, 1917–28 -- The Second Revolution, the Stalinist System, and World War II, 1928–46 -- Stagnation and Reform in Soviet Society, 1946–90 -- The Soviet Union as a World Power, 1944–90
"Glenn H. Reynolds, a graduate of Yale Law School, is professor of law at the University of Tennessee. Robert P. Merges, also a graduate of Yale Law School, is professor of law, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California Berkeley."