Controls for outer space and the Antarctic analogy

by Philip C. Jessup and Howard J. Taubenfeld.
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Columbia University Press , New York
Space law, Antarctica -- International st
SeriesColumbia University studies in international organization, no. 1
ContributionsTaubenfeld, Howard Jack, 1924- jt. author
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 379 p. illus., maps. ;
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Open LibraryOL19421986M

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Controls for Outer Space and the Antarctic AnalogyAuthor: Howard J. Jessup, Philip C., and Taubenfeld. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jessup, Philip C. (Philip Caryl), Controls for outer space and the Antarctic analogy. New York, Columbia University Press, Controls for Outer Space and the Antarctic Analogy.

Series:Columbia University Studies in International Organization. Book Book Series. Frontmatter. Pages I-VI. Download PDF. Free Access; Foreword. Pages VII-VIII. International Controls for Outer Space.

Outer Space. Pages Get Access to Full Text. Problems of Controls for. In Controls for Outer Space and the Ant-arctic Analogy, Professors Jessup and Tau-benfeld examine &dquo;the potentials and limita-tions of the various alternative types of in-ternational agreements which could be ne-gotiated&dquo; for the internationalization of out-er space and the Antarctic (4, p.

The first part of the book is a review of. This volume, the first of the Columbia University Studies in International Organization, undertakes the difficult job of defining and discussing the various economic, political and strategic issues that promise to emerge from man's advances into outer space.

It seems evident that effective controls in this new sphere must be international. A section of the book is devoted to controls for the.

From Antarctica to Outer Space: Life in Isolation and Confinement aims to revitalize and encourage behavioral research in spaceflight as well as in polar and comparable settings. It comprises a broad collection of papers that evolved from presentations at a three day conference entitled The Human Experience in Antarctica: Applications to Life in Space (The Sunnyvale Conference).Format: Paperback.

CONTROLS FOR OUTER SPACE AND THE ANTARCTIC ANALOGY. By Philip C. Jessup and Howard J. Taubenfeld. New York: Columbia University Press, Pp. $ This volume is not only the first in a series of monographs in the Colum-bia University Studies in International Organization; it is.

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In Controls for Outer Space and the Ant-arctic Analogy, Professors Jessup and Tau-benfeld examine "the potentials and limita-tions of the various alternative types of in-ternational agreements which could be ne-gotiated" for the internationalization of out-er space and the Antarctic (4, p.

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