Chinese Contemporary Perspectives on International Law: History, Culture and International Law
Built on the theme “history, culture and international law”, this special course gives a comprehensive review of China’s contemporary perspective and practice of international law in the past 60 years, with its focus on the recent 30 years when China is gradually integrated into international legal system through its opening up and economic reform process.
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CHAPTER I GENERAL INTRODUCTION 60 YEARS IN RETROSPECT
SOVEREIGNTYCOMMUNAL INTERESTS AND INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS
CHAPTER III HUMAN RIGHTS AS A CAUSE AND A PROCESS
CHAPTER IV PURSUING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER V MULTILATERALISM AND REGIONAL COOPERATION
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