China–Asian Relations and International Law by Zou Keyuan (Eds.)

By Zou Keyuan (Eds.)

Our modern period has witnessed the outstanding improvement of China-ASEAN kinfolk. either side have pledged to set up and boost a complete cooperation. in spite of the fact that, any improvement of diplomacy is ruled via foreign criminal ideas, norms and principles, reminiscent of the constitution of the United international locations and common overseas legislation. there's no exception for China-ASEAN kinfolk. The e-book discusses and explains China-ASEAN relatives from a global legislations standpoint and covers quite a lot of criminal themes and criminal issues.

  • The first ebook which makes an attempt to debate and clarify China-ASEAN family members in a world legislation perspective
  • Covers quite a lot of felony themes and concerns considerably current within the improvement of China-ASEAN relations
  • Unique within the experience that it particularly offers with the connection among one kingdom and one international/regional organization

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63. Sompong Sucharitkul, ‘Report on the Second China–ASEAN Expo: 18–21 October 2005, Nanning, Guangxi, China’, Chinese Journal of International Law, vol. 5 (2), 2006, p. 414. 64. Hans Köchler, ‘The United Nations Organization and Global Power Politics: The Antagonism between Power and Law and the Future Legal Order’, Chinese Journal of International Law, vol. 5 (2), 2006, p. 339. 65. ‘Fragmentation of International Law: Difficulties Arising from the Diversification and Expansion of International Law’, Report of the Study 41 China–ASEAN Relations and International Law 66.

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