Corporate Journal: Western Talent Could Flee to Iran, Russia. And It's the End of Space Law as We Know It

Corporate Journal: Western Talent Could Flee to Iran, Russia. And It's the End of Space Law as We Know It

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QUEBEC CITY, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Those who haven't read the Journal of the Governor of The SPACEPOL Corporation won't see any connection between Iran, Russia, Hebrew-script Ladino, Exit Networking, Space Law and Planet Shock.

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Those who have know that each of these themes and many other up-and-coming concepts or ideas are all bound together in the latest volume of a multidisciplinary corporate journal which is becoming a formidable source of thought on many important subjects.

This volume delves into several more contentious aspects of the ongoing economic decline which it insinuates won't be ending anytime soon in Europe or North America. Here it's not about doomsday predictions or conspiracy theories of a one-world Government; but rather a dispassionate look at generational and cultural changes which have been slowly occurring for the past decades and are now crippling the economy. While the results of the economic analysis mentioned in this volume are intended primarily for internal use by The SPACEPOL Corporation, the implications for other businesses and for society in general are, to say the least, unsettling.

The publication presents cause for alarm in the West and could by all means give rise to a very heated societal debate. A brief discussion of the potential strengths of countries such as Iran, Syria, Russia and China as well as a very dangerous future process of reverse brain-drain from the West is one of the more peculiar and interesting discussions in the newly released volume.

The background and future of the "res communis" regime in the Law of Outer Space is discussed in some detail and critiqued by an expert author who previously wrote the first academic thesis in Europe dealing with the subject of regime change in Space Law. A challenge to existing legal frameworks entitled "unexpected contexts" is posited and developed as well in a discussion on the future of Space Law. For according to the author space-faring nations such as the United States, Germany and Russia will likely be creating alternatives to the current non-ownership rules so engrained in outer space treaties to date.

The Journal of the Governor of The SPACEPOL Corporation has as one of its primary tasks to provide a first-person account of the leadership of The SPACEPOL Corporation and of its history. However, the academic periodical makes interesting reading for a much wider audience and delves into Business Management and Strategy issues such as corporate espionage, protecting corporate trade secrets in research and development (R&D) as well as strategies needed in a minority-run high-knowledge entrepreneurship.

It even introduces some novel concepts such as "exit networking" for enterprises considering divestiture or actually in the process of exiting a dysfunctional, protectionist or unprofitable market.

Scientific Modeling and a new model for Technology Policy and National Innovation Analysis are also introduced.

As with all academic literature released by SPACEPOL Academic Publishers, the newly released volume features a summary in Spanish.

SPACEPOL Academic Publishers has since 1998 provided peer-reviewed, unique and up-to-date literature which is designed to fill the knowledge gap in key areas of Technology Planning, Aerospace Law, Government Administration, National Innovation Strategy, Post-collapse Economics and Business Strategy.

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