Category: New Publications

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“Space Architecture” book by Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta

I’ve ordered a copy of this to have reviewed in Space Policy. If you’re interested in reading and writing a review, do let me know! The book’s website here Space Architecture: Buildings for the Outer Space  Authored by Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta In 2012 the architect and urban planner...

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Interview with a Space Policy Board Member: Who Owns the Moon?

  Joanne Gabrynowicz is a Professor at the University of Mississippi School of Law and valued member of the journal Space Policy Editorial Board. As such it was a pleasure to read an article in the Telegraph this weekend for which she was interviewed and extensively quoted. “Who Owns the Moon? Time to...

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Regime Theory and the Study of Outer Space Politics

It is 30 years since regime theory emerged onto the IR intellectual scene, with the publication of articles and collected works by the likes of Stephen Krasner, Susan Strange, Oran Young and other bright minds on the subject. E-ir.com has wisely, in my opinion, taken the opportunity commission a series of essays reflecting...

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Book by Ajey Lele “Asian Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality?”

Here is another new book from Ajey Lele, published with Springer (2013): “Asian Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality?” I’m keen for someone to review this book as well for Space Policy journal. If you’re interested, please get in touch! Ajey Lele also co-authored an article in the most recent issue 29(3) of...

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New Book “Space Exploration: All that Matters” (2013) by David Ashford

New Book by David Ashford. “Space Exploration: All That Matters” published by Hodder & Stoughton (July 2013). 152 pp. £8.99/ $14.99 (paperback); £4.99 (Kindle) Interested in reviewing this book for the journal Space Policy? If so, please do get in touch. Product Description        Amid a century devastated by war, space exploration was...

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Overview Effect Video 25 Years on

I only just stumbled across this: A video reflecting on the ‘Overview Effect’ concept outlined by Frank While in 1987. Full website for the project here. There is a lot that I like about this concept, but I also think there are some interesting things to be said about it...

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Mission Mars: India’s Quest for the Red Planet

The author of this text has an article forthcoming in Space Policy If you would like to offer a review of this book for future publication in Space Policy, please contact me Mission Mars: India’s Quest for the Red Planet Significant amount of public interest on the subject which showcases...

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Publication- Commercial Spaceflight: Assessments, Challenges and Trends

To be reviewed in Space Policy in a forthcoming issue! From the publisher’s website here: Commercial Spaceflight: Assessments, Challenges and Trends Editors: Nathaniel J. Clements and Edison G. Hahn Retail Price: $125.00 Book Description:  Historically, the commercial space launch industry focused primarily on putting payloads, such as satellites, into orbit, using...