5 edition of China and international law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Byron N. Tzou.|
|LC Classifications||DS737 .T96 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||89023098|
China claims more than 80% of the water-way based on so-called historic rights, while rival claimants the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei largely base their claims in accordance with the. When we talk of the South China Sea and China, international law is an interesting idea. But the likelihood of China capitulating on major issues of national interest because a court in the Netherlands directed it to is low. In the meantime, the strategic discussion has far more meaning than the legal one. His books have been translated.
principle on a wide basis such that it may be considered part of international law. Legal scholarship, on the other hand, is not really authoritative in itself, but may describe rules of law that are widely followed around the world. Thus, articles and books by law professors can be consulted to find out what international law is. International Economic Law Series. Examines a broad spectrum of China's contemporary international investment law and policy, including domestic foreign investment law and reforms, tax policy, bilateral investment treaties, free trade agreements, G20 initiatives, 'Belt and Road initiative', international dispute resolution, and inter-regime.
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