The Parliament of Denmark passed a domestic space law on May 3, 2016, and thanks to a tweet by PJ Blount, I was able to get a copy of the text in Danish. It was my intention to do a comprehensive analysis for Space Thoughts, but I am going to save that for an essay […]Read more "A Quick Look at Denmark’s New Space Law"
Forty-nine years ago, the Holy See became a signatory to the Outer Space Treaty. On first blush, the Holy See becoming a signatory to the Outer Space Treaty may seem to be an enigma, but on closer examination there is a rationale for its participation. Consider the legal effect of signature of an international treaty. […]Read more "The Holy See and the Outer Space Treaty"
It is with sadness the passing of Justice Antoine Scalia and with it one of the longest serving and perhaps most vigorous justices on the U.S. Supreme Court. Having met the man when he came to my law school for a visit during my first-year of law school, I was impressed with him not only […]Read more "Justice Scalia, the Constitution and the Outer Space Treaty"