Wednesday, May 31, 2017

New Issue: Air & Space Law

The latest issue of Air & Space Law (Vol. 42, no. 3, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Weimin Diao & Chrystal Zhang, Incorporation of International Aviation Security Conventions into China’s Legislation: Further Integration Is Needed for Effective Implementation
  • P.J. Blount, Satellites Are Just Things on the Internet of Things
  • Arianna Vettorel, Global Positioning System Evidence in Court Proceedings and Privacy: The Case of Italy
  • Joanna Langlade, Noise Restriction Measures and the ‘Balanced Approach’: The Situation at Brussels-National Airport
  • Katarzyna Malinowska, Risk Assessment in Insuring Space Endeavours: A Legal Approach
  • Mikko Huttunen, Unmanned, Remotely Piloted, or Something Else? Analysing the Terminological Dogfight