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La nouvelle codification du droit international privé chinois (Volume 359)

(73,563 words)

Author(s): Weizuo, Chen
Weizuo, Chen Keywords: China | Private international law | Conflict of laws | Codification | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT In this course, Chen Weizuo examines some general and special issues of the new codification of Chinese private international law and focuses on China's new private international law. The author discusses the need for codification of the rules of law because, historically, China has had a tradition of written law. He focuses on the symposia, meetings, and doctrinal debates on the codification of Chine…

International Law in China: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Volume 221)

(67,398 words)

Author(s): Tieya, Wang
Tieya, Wang Keywords: China | Public international law | Mots clefs: Chine | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Wang Tieya, Professor at Peking University, notes that Chinese international law has a long history by considering the international law of the Spring and Autumn and Warring states periods during the Zhou Dynasty (722-221 BC). The objective of Professor Wang Tieya’s course is not to make a historical study, but to answer some questions about international law in China: Was there an international law …

Radiating Impact of WTO on Its Members’ Legal System: The Chinese Perspective (Volume 349)

(98,701 words)

Author(s): Wang, Guiguo
Wang, Guiguo Keywords: China | World Trade Organization | International obligations | International law and domestic law | Compliance | GATS Agreement (Marrakesh, 15 April 1994) | Services | International trade | TRIPS Agreement (Marrakesh, 15 April 1994) | Intellectual property | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT The World Trade Organization (“WTO”) resulted from globalization, through which national law provisions are internationalized and international norms are domesticated. The WTO does not permit reservation by its members who are obliged to ensu…

Chinese Contemporary Perspectives on International Law History, Culture and International Law (Volume 355)

(76,656 words)

Author(s): Hanqin, Xue
Hanqin, Xue Keywords: China | Public international law | International law | Sovereignty | International obligations | Human rights | Sustainable development | Multilateralism | Regionalism | Mots clefs: Chine | Droit international public | Droit international | Souveraineté | Obligations internationales | Droits de l'homme | Développement durable | Multilatéralisme | Régionalisme | ABSTRACT This class, given in 2012, starts with an introspection of the attitude of China towards international law in the last 60 years. The attention of the lecturer i…

The Principles of International Law in the Light of Confucian Doctrine (Volume 120)

(18,616 words)

Author(s): Iriye, Keishiro
Iriye, Keishiro Keywords: Confucianism | Doctrines | China | International law | Mots clefs: Confucius | Doctrines | Chine | Droit international | ABSTRACT Keisho Iriye dedicates his course to the Principles of International Law in the Light of Confucian Doctrine. After an introduction dedicated to interstate relations in the Chou period (around 1122-256 BC) during when Confucius lived (here, the author particularly presents the notion of Li, that needs to be distinguished from law), he successively studies the issues …

Le droit international privé en Chine une perspective comparative (Volume 270)

(46,858 words)

Author(s): Xu, Donggen
Xu, Donggen Keywords: China | Private international law | Mots clefs: Chine | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT In this course, Donggen Xu discusses some significant issues that arise in Chinese theory and jurisprudence in various areas of private international law. The author recalls some generalities concerning the historical evolution of the conflict rules before presenting the current state of the Chinese legal order. He deals with the subject of conflict of laws by explaining the law of international cont…