Monahan, Rhys (2008) The sky's the limit? Establishing a legal delimitation of airspace and outer space. Unspecified thesis, Durham University.
The debate over the legal delimitation between air and space has been argued for over half a century. In representing the positions of those concerned one can show the need for a boundary between airspace and outer space. This research seeks to examine all of the theories and approaches that have been proposed and explain the advantages and drawbacks of each. It takes note of the factors affecting the establishment of such a boundary, and why such considerations make delimitation a political, social, security and legal requirement.
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|Deposited On:||08 Sep 2011 18:28|