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Up, Up and… Back: The Emergence of Space Tourism and Its Impact on the International Law of Outer Space
S Freeland
Chinese Journal of International Law 6, 4, 2005
1302005
Fly Me to the Moon: How Will International Law Cope with Commercial Space Tourism
S Freeland
Melbourne Journal of International Law 11, 90, 2010
732010
Derechos humanos, medio ambiente y conflictos: Enfrentando los crímenes ambientales
S Freeland
Sur. Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos 2, 118-145, 2005
502005
Between heaven and earth: The legal challenges of human space travel
T Masson-Zwaan, S Freeland
Acta Astronautica 66 (11-12), 1597-1607, 2010
492010
How Open Should the Door Be?–Declarations by non-States Parties under Article 12 (3) of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
S Freeland
Nordic Journal of International Law 75 (2), 211-241, 2006
452006
Mere Children or Weapons or War-Child Soldiers and International Law
S Freeland
U. La Verne L. Rev. 29, 19, 2008
382008
Space Weaponization and the United Nations Charter Regime on Force: A Thick Legal Fog or a Receding Mist?
JN Maogoto, S Freeland
The International Lawyer, 1091-1119, 2007
382007
The advent of artificial intelligence in space activities: New legal challenges
AS Martin, S Freeland
Space Policy 55, 101408, 2021
352021
The Final Frontier: The Laws of Armed Conflict and Space Warfare
JN Maogoto, S Freeland
Connecticut Journal of International Law 23 (1), 165-195, 2007
332007
The Final Frontier: The Laws of Armed Conflict and Space Warfare
J Maogoto, S Freeland
Connecticut Journal of International Law 23, 165, 2007
332007
Addressing the International Destruction of the Environment During Warfare Under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
S Freeland
Intersentia, 2015
292015
Peaceful Purposes-Governing the military uses of outer space
S Freeland
Eur. JL Reform 18, 35, 2016
212016
The Laws of War in Outer Space
S Freeland
Handbook of Space Security, 81-112, 2015
18*2015
In Heaven as on Earth? The International legal regulation of the Military use of Outer Space
S Freeland
US-China Law Review 8, 272, 2011
182011
For better or for worse?: the use of'soft law'within the international legal regulation of outer space
S Freeland
Annals of Air and Space Law, 409-445, 2011
182011
Child soldiers and international crimes-how should international law be applied?
S Freeland
New Zealand journal of public and international law 3 (2), 303-328, 2005
172005
International criminal justice in the Asia-Pacific region: the role of the International Criminal Court treaty regime
S Freeland
Journal of International Criminal Justice 11 (5), 1029-1057, 2013
162013
Common heritage, not common law: How international law will regulate proposals to exploit space resources
S Freeland
QIL: Questions of international law, 19-33, 2017
152017
The role of 'soft law' in public international law and its relevance to the International Legal Regulation of Outer Space
S Freeland
Soft law in outer space: the function of non-binding norms in international …, 2012
152012
Co-operating or Chaos?-Article 65 of United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea and the Future of the International Whaling Commission
S Freeland, J Drysdale
Macquarie journal of international and comparative environmental law 2 (1), 1-36, 2005
132005
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