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    Chinese Journal of International Law

    Chinese Journal of International Law


    2002,  Vol.1

    2003,  Vol.2              

    2004,  Vol.3              

    2005,  Vol.4              

    2006,  Vol.5

    2007,  Vol.6

    2008,  Vol.7

    2009,  Vol.8

    2010,  Vol.9

    2011,  Vol.10

    2012,  Vol.11
    2013,  Vol.12
    2014,  Vol.13
    2015,  Vol.14
     2016,  Vol.15
    2017,  Vol.16


    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2002,  Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ian Brownlie

    "International Law and the Use of Force by States" Revisited

     No.1

     pp. 1-19

    Li Zhaojie, Li James

    Traditional Chinese World Order

     No.1

     pp. 20-58

    Peter Hulsroj

    The Legal Function of the Security Council

     No.1

     pp. 59-93

    Joshua McDowell

    The International Committee of the Red Cross as a Witness before International Criminal Tribunals

     No.1

     pp. 158-184

    Jianming Shen

    China's Sovereignty over the South China Sea Islands: A Historical Perspective

     No.1

     pp. 94-157

    Roda Mushkat

    Public Participation in Environmental Law Making: A Comment on the International Legal Framework and the Asia-Pacific Perspective

     No.1

     pp. 185-224

    Song Ying

    The Chinese Environmental Lawmaking Framework

     No.1

     pp. 225-233

    ILAAB Committee on Transnational Dispute Resolution

    A Study and Evaluation of the UN Secretary- General's Trust Fund to Assist States in the Settlement of Disputes through the International Court of Justice

     No.1

     pp. 234-279

    Edward McWhinney

    International Law- based Responses to the September 11 International Terrorist Attacks

     No.1

     pp. 280-286

    Sienho Yee

    The Potential Impact of the Possible US Responses to the 9- 11 Atrocities on the Law regarding the Use of Force and Self- defence

     No.1

     pp. 287-293

    ILA American Branch Human Rights Committee

    Letter on the Presidential Order on Military Tribunals to the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee: ILA American Branch Human Rights Committee

     No.1

     pp. 294-304

    Georges Abi-Saab

    The Proper Role of International Law in Combating Terrorism

     No.1

     pp. 305-313

    Sienho Yee

    The State of the System and Content of International Law: A Review of the Abi-Saab Festschrift

     No.1

     pp. 314-325

    Chen Qiang, Hu Qian

    Chinese Practice in International Law: 2001

     No.1

     pp. 328-386

    Zou Keyuan

    Disrupting or Maintaining the Marine Legal Order in East Asia?

     No.2

     pp. 449-498

    Julio Barboza

    Liability: Can We Put Humpty- Dumpty Together Again?

     No.2

     pp. 499-526

    Sompong Sucharitku

    Asian Perspectives of the Evolution of International Law: Thailand's Experience at the Threshold of the Third Millennium

     No.2

     pp. 527-554

    Shan Wenhua

    The International Law of EU Investment in China

     No.2

     pp. 555-614

    Edward McWhinney

    President Bush and the New U.S. National Security Strategy: The Continuing Relevance of the Legal Adviser and International Law

     No.2

     pp. 421-436

    Jordan J. Paust

    International Law as Law of the United States: Trends and Prospects

     No.2

     pp. 615-646

    Christine Gray

    The US National Security Strategy and the New "Bush Doctrine" on Preemptive Self-defense

     No.2

     pp. 437-448

    Hu Qian, Chen Qiang

    China's Extradition Law of 2000

     No.2

     pp. 647-654

    Patrick Dumberry

    The Hawaiian Kingdom Arbitration Case and the Unsettled Question of the Hawaiian Kingdom's Claim to Continuity as an Independent State under International Law

     No.2

     pp. 655-684

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2003,  Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sandra Day O'Connor

    Vindicating the Rule of Law: The Role of the Judiciary

     No.1

     pp. 1-10

    Mireille Delmas-Marty

    Present- day China and the Rule of Law: Progress and Resistance

     No.1

     pp. 11-28

    David P. Fidler

    Revolt Against or From Within the West? TWAIL, the Developing World, and the Future Direction of International Law

     No.1

     pp. 29-76

    Antony Anghie, B.S. Chimni

    Third World Approaches to International Law and Individual Responsibility in Internal Conflicts

     No.1

     pp. 77-103

    David Turns

    The Stimson Doctrine of Non- Recognition: Its Historical Genesis and Influence on Contemporary International Law

     No.1

     pp. 105-143

    John Shijian Mo

    Settlement of Trade Disputes between Mainland China and the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan within the WTO

     No.1

     pp. 145-174

    Eric jaworski

    "Military Necessity" and "Civilian Immunity": Where is the Balance?

     No.1

     pp. 175-206

    Amin M. Husain

    Who is the Legitimate Representative of the Palestinian People?

     No.1

     pp. 207-225

    Roda Mushkat

    Potential Impacts of China's WTO Accession on its Approach to the Trade- Environment Balancing Act

     No.1

     pp. 227-264

    Chun-Hung Lin

    International Influences and the Transformation of the Telecommunication Regulations in Taiwan

     No.1

     pp. 267-288

    Eric Yong-Joong Lee

    The Geneva Agreed Framework and the Optimization of DPRK- US Relationship for Nuclear Security: A Legal and Policy Analysis

     No.1

     pp. 289-309

    WU Shicun, REN Huaifeng

    More Than a Declaration: A Commentary on the Background and the Significance of the Declaration on the Conduct of the Parties in the South China Sea

     No.1

     pp. 311-319

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    An Appraisal of the 2002 Judicial Activities of the International Court of Justice

     No.1

     pp. 321-340

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2002

     No.1

     pp. 341-364

    Nina H. B. Jorgensen

    Spotlight on the Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in 2002

     No.1

     pp. 365-382

    Huang Jin, Du Huanfang

    Private International Law in the Chinese Judicial Practice in 2001

     No.1

     pp. 387-416

    The Governments of the Member States of ASEAN and the Government of the People's Republic of China

    Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea

     No.1

     pp. 417-418

    Stefan Talmon

    The Statements by the President of the Security Council

     No.2

     pp. 419-466

    Thomas M. Franck, Arun K. Thiruvengadam

    International Law and Constitution- Making

     No.2

     pp. 467-518

    ZHU Lijiang

    The Hukou System of the People's Republic of China: A Critical Appraisal under International Standards of Internal Movement and Residence

     No.2

     pp. 519-565

    Edward McWhinney

    The Institut de Droit International Adopts Bruges Declaration on the Contemporary International Law on the Non- Use- of- Force and on Belligerent Occupation

     No.2

     pp. 567-569

    Edward McWhinney

    The US/ British Invasion of Iraq and the United Nations Charter Prohibition of the Use of Force: the Paradox of Unintended Consequences

     No.2

     pp. 571-585

    Igor I. Lukashuk, Darya S. Boklan

    The Concept of the US National Security and International Law: A View from Moscow

     No.2

     pp. 587-597

    Yang Iijun

    Some Critical Remarks on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

     No.2

     pp. 599-622

    Mireille Delmas-Marty

    The Imaginative Forces of Law

     No.2

     pp. 623-627

    Henry S. Gao

    Legal Issues under WTO Rules on the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) between Mainland China and Hong Kong

     No.2

     pp. 629-648

    Sienho Yee

    Foreign Sovereign Immunities, Acta Jure Imperil and Acta Jure Gestionis: A Recent Exposition from the Canadian Supreme Court

     No.2

     pp. 649-653

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

    Tibet- Its Ownership and Human Rights Situation

     No.2

     pp. 747-789

    Taiwan Affairs Office & Information Office of the State Council

    The One China Principle and the Taiwan Issue

     No.2

     pp. 732-746

    Ling Yan

    The Work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in 2002

     No.2

     pp. 655-665

    HU Qian

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2002

     No.2

     pp. 667-715

    Taiwan Affairs Office & Information Office, The State Council of the PRC

    The Taiwan Question and Reunification of China: The Taiwan Question and Reunification of China

     No.2

     pp. 717-731

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2004,  Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Bing Bing Jia

    The Doctrine of Command Responsibility Revisited

     No.1

     pp. 1-42

    Jason A. Beckett, Lecturer in Law

    Interim Legality: A Mistaken Assumption?- An Analysis of Depleted Uranium Munitions under Contemporary International Humanitarian Law

     No.1

     pp. 43-86

    Sienho Yee

    The Tu Quoque Argument as a Defence to International Crimes, Prosecution or Punishment

     No.1

     pp. 87-134

    John C. Yoo

    The Status of Soldiers and Terrorists under the Geneva Conventions

     No.1

     pp. 135-150

    Frits Kalshoven

    From International Humanitarian Law to International Criminal Law

     No.1

     pp. 151-161

    Shirley V. Scott, Radhika Withana

    The Relevance of International Law for Foreign Policy Decision- making When National Security Is at Stake: Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis

     No.1

     pp. 163-187

    Zeng Huaqun

    Promoting a New Bilateral Legal Framework for China- EU Economic Relations

     No.1

     pp. 189-226

    Veronica Weinstein Dennis Fernandez

    Recent Developments in China's Intellectual Property Laws

     No.1

     pp. 227-240

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2003

     No.1

     pp. 241-266

    Andrea Carcano

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Activities in 2003

     No.1

     pp. 267-290

    LING Yan

    The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Achievements and Activities in 2003

     No.1

     pp. 291-304

    LING Yan

    The Beijing Symposium on the Comparative Study of International Criminal Law and the Rome Statute

     No.1

     pp. 305-318

    Chen Qiang

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2003 (I)

     No.1

     pp. 319-344

    Wen Jiabao

    Carrying Forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence in the Promotion of Peace and Development

     No.2

     pp. 363-368

    K.R. Narayanan

    The 50th Anniversary of Panchsheet

     No.2

     pp. 369-372

    Boutros Boutros-Ghali

    The Five Principles

     No.2

     pp. 373-378

    Edward McWhinney

    The renewed vitality of the International Law Principles of Peaceful Coexistence in the post- Iraq invasion era: The 50th Anniversary of the China/ India Pancba Shila Agreement of 1954

     No.2

     pp. 379-384

    Steven Wei Su

    The Tiaoyu Islands and Their Possible Effect on the Maritime Boundary Delimitation between China and Japan

     No.2

     pp. 385-420

    Phil C.W. Chan

    Acquiescence/ Estoppel in International Boundaries: Temple of Preah Vihear Revisited

     No.2

     pp. 421-439

    Bai Guimei

    The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Chinese Law on the Protection of the Rights of Minority Nationalities

     No.2

     pp. 441-470

    Allieu I. Kanu

    A Proposal for the Proclamation of 17 July as "World Justice Day"

     No.2

     pp. 471-472

    Guiguo Wang

    The Impact of Globalization on State Sovereignty

     No.2

     pp. 473-484

    Lin Zhengling

    An Analysis of the Role of NGOs in the WTO

     No.2

     pp. 485-497

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    The 2003 Record of the International Court of Justice

     No.2

     pp. 499-514

    Allieu I. Kanu

    The Legal Basis of the Special Court for Sierra Leone

     No.2

     pp. 515-552

    Abu Raihan M. Khalid

    The Interlinking of Rivers Project in India and International Water Law: An Overview

     No.2

     pp. 553-570

    Diana Draganova

    Chechnya's Right of Secession under Russian Constitutional Law

     No.2

     pp. 571-590

    Chen Qiang

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2003 (II)

     No.2

     pp. 591-610

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

    Regional Ethnic Autonomy in Tibet

     No.2

     pp. 611-627

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China May 2003, Beijing

    History and Development of Xinjiang

     No.2

     pp. 629-659

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2005,  Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sompong Sucharitkul

    Jurisdictional Immunities in Contemporary International Law from Asian Perspectives

     No.1 June

     pp. 1-43

    Vladimir-Djuro Degan

    On the Sources of International Criminal Law

     No.1 June

     pp. 45-83

    C.L. Lim

    The Amicus Brief Issue at the WTO

     No.1 June

     pp. 85-120

    Lijun Yang

    On the Principle of Complementarity in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

     No.1 June

     pp. 121-132

    Ben Saul

    Definition of "Terrorism" in the UN Security Council: 1985- 2004

     No.1 June

     pp. 141-166

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2004

     No.1 June

     pp. 183-201

    Phil C.W. Chan

    Important Decisions of Hong Kong Courts in 2002 (Part I): Language Rights, Foreign Offenders' Sentencing, and Immigration and Refugee Laws

     No.1 June

     pp. 219-234

    Irene Eber

    Overland and By Sea: Eight Centuries of the Jewish Presence in China

     No.1 June

     pp. 235-256

    Barbara Janusz

    The Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea

     No.1 June

     pp. 257-270

    Mark P. Popiel, Jitesh Malik, Hema Juneja

    Tightening the United States Immigration Laws in the 21st Century

     No.1 June

     pp. 271-284

    Ling Yan

    Review of Chinese Reviews: Selected Articles Recently Published in Chinese (Part 2)

     No.1 June

     pp. 297-301

    Li Dexiang

    The Report of the High- level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, A More Secured World: Our Shared Responsibility

     No.1 June

     pp. 303-309

    David P. Fidler

    From International Sanitary Conventions to Global Health Security: The New International Health Regulations

     No.2 November

     pp. 325-392

    Sienho Yee

    A Proposal for Formalizing the "No Case Exists" Objections Procedure at the International Court of Justice

     No.2 November

     pp. 393-416

    Elke Schwager

    The Right to Compensation for Victims of an Armed Conflict

     No.2 November

     pp. 417-439

    YE Xiaowen

    China's Religions: Retrospect and Prospect

     No.2 November

     pp. 441-453

    ZOU Keyuan

    Governing the Taiwan Issue in Accordance with Law: An Essay on China's Anti-Secession Law

     No.2 November

     pp. 455-463

    Xiaocheng QIN

    Oral International Agreement and China's Relevant Practice

     No.2 November

     pp. 465-479

    Weixia GU

    Recourse against Arbitral Awards: How Far Can a Court Go? Supportive and Supervisory Role of Hong Kong Courts as Lessons to Mainland China Arbitration

     No.2 November

     pp. 481-500

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    The 2004 Record of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 November

     pp. 501-513

    Vincent Sautenet

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Activities in 2004

     No.2 November

     pp.  515-564

    Corina D. Gerety

    Roper v. Simmons and the Role of International Laws, Practices and Opinions in United States Capital Punishment Jurisprudence

     No.2 November

     pp.  565-582

    Charmaine de los Reyes

    Revisiting Disclosure Obligations at the ICTR and its Implications for the Rights of the Accused

     No.2 November

     pp.  583-597

    Phil C.W. Chan

    Hong Kong's Proposed Race Anti-Discrimination Legislation: A Discriminatory Bill Excluding Mainland Chinese Immigrants from Protection

     No.2 November

     pp.  599-605

    CHEN Qiang

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2004 (II)

     No.2 November

     pp.  607-645

    HUANG Jin, DU Huan Fang

    Chinese Judicial Practice in Private International Law 2002

     No.2 November

     pp.  647-676

    LI Zhaoxing

    Peace, Development and Cooperation- Banner for China's Diplomacy in the New Era

     No.2 November

     pp.  677-683

     

    Position Paper of the People's Republic of China on the United Nations Reforms

     No.2 November

     pp.  685-698

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

    China's National Defense in 2004

     No.2 November

     pp.  699-730

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2006,  Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sienho Yee

    Agora: The International Court of Justice at 60 (Part I)

     No.1 March

     pp. 1

    Edward McWhinney

    The International Court of Justice and International Law- making: The Judicial Activism/ Self- Restraint Antinomy

     No.1 March

     pp. 3-13

    Hugh Thirlway

    The Drafting of ICJ Decisions: Some Personal Recollections and Observations

     No.1 March

     pp. 15-28

    Stanimir A. Alexandrov

    The Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice: How Compulsory Is It?

     No.1 March

     pp. 29-38

    ABILA Committee, on Intergovernmental Settlement of Disputes

    Reforming the United Nations: What About the International Court of Justice?

     No.1 March

     pp. 39-65

    Timothy O'Neill

    Dispute Settlement under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Article 119 and the Possible Role of the International Court of Justice

     No.1 March

     pp. 67-78

    Gbenga Oduntan

    The Demarcation of Straddling Villages in Accordance with the International Court of Justice Jurisprudence: The Cameroon- Nigeria Experience

     No.1 March

     pp. 79-114

    Ole Spiermann

    Judge Wang Chung- hui at the Permanent Court of International Justice

     No.1 March

     pp. 115-128

    Mutlaq Al-Qahtani

    The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Law of International Organizations

     No.1 March

     pp. 129-147

    Chile Eboe-Osuji

    Genocide, Justice and the Forensic Sensibilities of the International Committee of the Red Cross

     No.1 March

     pp. 149-184

    Stefanie Beyer

    Environmental Law and Policy in the People's Republic of China

     No.1 March

     pp. 185-211

    Sarah E. Hilmer

    The Pork Case: Decision of the Federal Supreme Court of Germany of 2 March 2005 (VIII ZR 67/ 04)

     No.1 March

     pp. 213-214

    Jon M. Van Dyke

    Reconciliation between Korea and Japan

     No.1 March

     pp. 215-239

    Iain Scobbie

    Regarding/ Disregarding: The Judicial Rhetoric of President Barak and the International Court of Justice's Wall Advisory Opinion

     No.2 July

     pp. 269-300

    Andre Nollkaemper

    The Role of Domestic Courts in the Case Law of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 July

     pp. 301-322

    Hans Kochler

    The United Nations Organization and Global Power Politics: The Antagonism between Power and Law and the Future of World Order

     No.2 July

     pp. 323-340

    Mario Prost, Paul Kingsley Clark

    Unity, Diversity and the Fragmentation of International Law: How Much Does the Multiplication of International Organizations Really Matter?

     No.2 July

     pp. 341-370

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    The 2005 Record of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 July

     pp. 371-380

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2005

     No.2 July

     pp. 381-396

    Sompong Sucharitkul

    Report on the Second China- ASEAN Expo: 18- 21 October 2005, Nanning, Guangxi, China

     No.2 July

     pp. 397-421

    Stefanie Beyer

    The Green Olympic Movement: Beijing 2008

     No.2 July

     pp. 423-440

    Murat Metin Hakki

    Turkey, Water and the Middle East: Some Issues Lying Ahead

     No.2 July

     pp. 441-458

    HU Qian

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2005(I)

     No.2 July

     pp. 459-474

     

    Regulations on Religious Affairs (Promulgated by the State Council of the People's Republic of China; effective as of March 1, 2005)

     No.2 July

     pp. 475-485

    Peter Wismer

    Bring Down The Walls!- On the Ever-increasing Dynamic between the National and International Domains

     No.3 November

     pp. 511-553

    Christine Gray

    The Bush Doctrine Revisited: The 2006 National Security Strategy of the USA

     No.3 November

     pp. 555-578

    Stefan Talmon

    The European Union- Turkey Controversy over Cyprus or a Tale of Two Treaty Declarations

     No.3 November

     pp. 579-616

    Jerry Z. Li

    The Legal Status of Three Sino- US Joint Communiques

     No.3 November

     pp. 617-645

    Xinjun ZHANG

    The Riddle of "Inalienable Right" in Article IV of the Treaty on the Non- Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Intentional Ambiguity

     No.3 November

     pp. 647-662

    Won-Mog Choi, Henry S. Gao

    Procedural Issues in the Anti- Dumping Regulations of China: A Critical Review under the WTO Rules

     No.3 November

     pp. 663-682

    Frederic Pierre Bostedt

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: Judgements in 2005

     No.3 November

     pp. 683-717

    Talvikki Hoopes

    The Leyla sahin v. Turkey Case Before the European Court of Human Rights

     No.3 November

     pp. 719-722

    Santiago Legarre

    Crimes against Humanity, Reasonableness and the Law: the Simon Case in the Supreme Court of Argentina

     No.3 November

     pp. 723-732

    Deming Liu

    The Transplant Effect of the Chinese Patent Law

     No.3 November

     pp. 733-752

    Allison Stewart

    The International Community in Bosnia: Enduring Questions of Legitimacy

     No.3 November

     pp. 753-760

    HU Qian

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2005 (II)

     No.3 November

     pp. 761-785

    Talal A. Al-Emadi, Maryam A. Al-Asmakh

    Cultural Differences and Their Impact: Some Brief Comments

     No.3 November

     pp. 807-810

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2007,  Vol.6

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    number

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    Antonio Augusto Cancado Trindade

    The Humanization of Consular Law: The Impact of Advisory Opinion No. 16 (1999) of the Inter- American Court of Human Rights on International Case- law and Practice

     No.1 March

     pp. 1-16

    Shiyan SUN

    The Understanding and Interpretation of the ICCPR in the Context of China's Possible Ratification

     No.1 March

     pp. 17-42

    Bjorn Kunoy

    Catch Me if You Can: An Analysis of "Measures Taken to Comply" under the WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding

     No.1 March

     pp. 43-66

    Lijiang Zhu

    State Immunity from Measures of Constraints for the Property of Foreign Central Banks: The Chinese Perspective

     No.1 March

     pp. 67-81

    Hanqin XUE

    Chinese Observations on International Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 83-93

    Lisa Yarwood, Beat Dold

    Towards the End and Beyond: The "Almost" Referral of Bagaragaza in Light of the Completion Strategy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

     No.1 March

     pp. 95-114

    Anne Weernink

    The Prosecutor v. Laurent Semanza, Case No. ICTR- 97- 20, Judgment, Appeals Chamber (20 May 2005)

     No.1 March

     pp. 115-125

    Eisuke Suzuki

    Bi- lateral Policy Orientation in the Multilateral Development Policy: A Challenge for the China Exim Bank and its Accountability

     No.1 March

     pp. 127-133

    Anita Godecki

    Human Security and Managing Financial Crises: Can Human Security Be Effectively Managed?

     No.1 March

     pp. 135-155

    Lingjie KONG

    Online Privacy in China: A Survey on Information Practices of Chinese Websites

     No.1 March

     pp. 157-183

    Jielong DUAN

    Statement on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels

     No.1 March

     pp. 185-188

    Jielong DUAN

    Statement on Diplomatic Protection, International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts not Prohibited by International Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 189-194

     

    Government White Paper: China's National Defense in 2006 Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, December 2006, Beijing

     No.1 March

     pp. 195-235

    Ingrid Kost

    Legal Materials on China Received and Catalogued in the Peace Palace Library: 2006

     No.1 March

     pp. 243-251

    Michael Ming Du

    Domestic Regulatory Autonomy under the TBT Agreement: From Non- discrimination to Harmonization

     No.2 July

     pp. 269-306

    C.L. Lim

    The Great Power Balance, the United Nations and What the Framers Intended: In Partial Response to Hans Kنchler

     No.2 July

     pp. 307-328

    Sergei Yu. Marochkin

    International Law in the Courts of the Russian Federation: Practice of Application

     No.2 July

     pp. 329-344

    Jose Alejandro Carballo Leyda

    A Uniform, Internationally Oriented Legal Framework for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan?

     No.2 July

     pp. 345-361

    Bogdan Aurescu

    Organizational and Procedural Aspects of the Institution of State Agent before the ECHR and ICJ: Some Romanian Perspectives

     No.2 July

     pp. 363-377

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    The 2006 Record of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 July

     pp. 379-388

    Frederic P. Bostedt

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in 2006: New Developments in International Humanitarian and Criminal Law

     No.2 July

     pp. 403-438

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2006

     No.2 July

     pp. 389-402

    Rajat Rana

    The Jean Mpambara Case: Outlining "Culpable Omissions" in International Criminal Law

     No.2 July

     pp. 439-443

    Katie Lee

    China and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Prospects and Challenges

     No.2 July

     pp. 445-474

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2006 (I)

     No.2 July

     pp. 475-506

    Xinmin MA

    Statement on International Co- operation in the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

     No.2 July

     pp. 507-509

    Yishan ZHANG

    Statement on Oceans and the Law of the Sea

     No.2 July

     pp. 511-513

    FU Yu

    Review of Chinese Reviews: Selected Articles: Recently Published in Chinese [Part 6 (2)]

     No.2 July

     pp. 515-519

    SU Jinyuan

    XJTU Silk Road Institute Seminar: Multiculturalism and International Law

     No.2 July

     pp. 523-525

    Edward McWhinney

    Multi- culturalism and Contemporary International Law: Presentation at the XJTU Silk Road Institute Seminar

     No.2 July

     pp. 527-533

    Po Jen Yap

    Interpreting the Basic Law and the Adjudication of Politically Sensitive Questions

     No.3 November

     pp. 543-564

    Silke Melanie Trommer

    Special Market Economy: Undermining the Principles of the WTO?

     No.3 November

     pp. 565-599

    Vladimir-Djuro Degan

    Consolidation of Legal Principles on Maritime Delimitation: Implications for the Dispute between Slovenia and Croatia in the North Adriatic

     No.3 November

     pp. 601-634

    Xiuli HAN

    The Application of the Principle of Proportionality in Tecmed v. Mexico

     No.3 November

     pp. 635-652

    Manisuli Ssenyonjo

    The Islamic Veil and Freedom of Religion, the Rights to Education and Work: a Survey of Recent International and National Cases

     No.3 November

     pp. 653-710

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2006 (II)

     No.3 November

     pp. 711-768

    Xinmin MA

    Statement on the ILC's Work on Shared Natural Resources and Responsibility of International Organizations

     No.3 November

     pp. 769-772

    Daqun LIU

    Should the Principle of Ne Bis in Idem also Be Taken into Consideration? A Response to Yarwood and Dold

     No.3 November

     pp. 789-792

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2008,  Vol.7

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    Rein Mullerson

    Promoting Democracy without Starting a New Cold War?

     No.1 March

     pp. 1-31

    Michelle Burgis

    Discourses of Division: Law, Politics and the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

     No.1 March

     pp. 33-63

    Cheng Yan Ki Bonnie

    Implementing Security Council Resolutions in Hong Kong: An Examination of the United Nations Sanctions Ordinance

     No.1 March

     pp. 65-98

    Sienho Yee

    Towards a Harmonious World: The Roles of the International Law of Co- progressiveness and Leader States

     No.1 March

     pp. 99-105

    Haiping WANG

    Comments on the 2007 Draft Manual on International Humanitarian Law in Air and Missile Warfare

     No.1 March

     pp. 107-113

    Jianjun GAO

    Reasonableness of the Bond under Article 292 of the LOS Convention: Practice of the ITLOS

     No.1 March

     pp. 115-142

    Song LU

    The EOS Engineering Corporation Case and the Nemo Debet Bis Vexari Pro Una et Eadem Causa Principle in China

     No.1 March

     pp. 143-158

    Bernhard Hofstotter

    Cyprus under British Rule: An International Law Analysis of Certain Land Surveys and Land Assignments Between 1878 and 1955

     No.1 March

     pp. 159-196

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2006 (III)

     No.1 March

     pp. 197-225

    Jin HUANG, Huanfang DU

    Chinese Judicial Practice in Private International Law: 2003

     No.1 March

     pp. 227-256

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     No.1 March

     pp. 257-266

    Eyal Benvenisti

    Asian Traditions and Contemporary International Law on the Management of Natural Resources

     No.2 July

     pp. 273-283

    August Reinisch

    The Immunity of International Organizations and the Jurisdiction of their Administrative Tribunals

     No.2 July

     pp. 285-306

    Dahai QI

    State Immunity, China and Its Shifting Position

     No.2 July

     pp. 307-337

    Zhichao SUN

    International Legal Personality of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

     No.2 July

     pp. 339-352

    Pieter H.F. Bekker

    The 2007 Record of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 July

     pp. 353-369

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2007

     No.2 July

     pp. 371-388

    Frederic Bostedt

    The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in 2007: Key Developments in International Humanitarian and Criminal Law

     No.2 July

     pp. 389-415

    Jianjun GAO

    Comments on Commission of the European Communities v. Ireland

     No.2 July

     pp. 417-427

    Kishor Uprety

    Against Enforced Disappearance: the Political Detainees' Case before the Nepal Supreme Court

     No.2 July

     pp. 429-457

    Bernhard Kuschnik

    The Legal Findings of Crimes against Humanity in the Al-Dujail Judgments of the Iraqi High Tribunal: A Forerunner for the ICC?

     No.2 July

     pp. 459-483

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2007 (I)

     No.2 July

     pp. 485-507

    Jielong DUAN

    Statement on the Rule of Law at the National and International Levels (2007)

     No.2 July

     pp. 509-512

    The State Council Information Office, China

    China's Efforts and Achievements in Promoting the Rule of Law

     No.2 July

     pp. 513-555

    Zhenmin LIU

    Statement on Expulsion of Aliens, Effects of Armed Conflicts on Treaties, Responsibility of International Organizations (2007)

     No.2 July

     pp. 557-561

    Xinmin MA

    Statement on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (2007)

     No.2 July

     pp. 563-566

    Xinmin MA

    Statement on "Prevention of Transboundary Harm from Hazardous Activities and Allocation of Loss in the Case of Such Harm" (2007)

     No.2 July

     pp. 567-569

    Marco Roscini

    Something Old, Something New: The 2006 Semipalatinsk Treaty on a Nuclear Weapon- Free Zone in Central Asia

     No.3 November

     pp. 593-624

    Cedric Ryngaert

    Extraterritorial Export Controls (Secondary Boycotts)

     No.3 November

     pp. 625-658

    Congyan CAI

    International Investment Treaties and the Formation, Application and Transformation of Customary International Law Rules

     No.3 November

     pp. 659-679

    Yan LING

    Comments on the Chinese Space Regulations

     No.3 November

     pp. 681-689

    Sienho Yee

    Notes on the International Court of Justice (Part 1): Arguments for the Publication of the Rule- making Materials

     No.3 November

     pp. 691-698

    Lisl Brunner

    The Rise of Peoples' Rights in the Americas: The Saramaka People Decision of the Inter- American Court of Human Rights

     No.3 November

     pp. 699-711

    Tomofumi Kitamura

    Japanese Supreme Court Judgment in the so- called "Kokaryo Case"

     No.3 November

     pp. 713-720

    Elvira Dominguez Redondo

    The Universal Periodic Review of the UN Human Rights Council: An Assessment of the First Session

     No.3 November

     pp. 721-734

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2007 (II)

     No.3 November

     pp. 735-767

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2009,  Vol.8

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    Rein Mullerson

    Precedents in the Mountains: On the Parallels and Uniqueness of the Cases of Kosovo, South Ossetia and Abkhazia

     No.1 March

     pp. 2-25

    Bing Bing JIA

    The Independence of Kosovo: A Unique Case of Secession?

     No.1 March

     pp. 27-46

    Peter Hilpold

    The Kosovo Case and International Law: Looking for Applicable Theories

     No.1 March

     pp. 47-61

    Jiefang HUANG

    Aviation Safety, ICAO and Obligations Erga Omnes

     No.1 March

     pp. 63-79

    James D. Fry

    Desordre Public International under the New York Convention: Wither Truly International Public Policy

     No.1 March

     pp. 81-134

    Stefan Talmon

    The Recognition of the Chinese Government and the Convention on International Civil Aviation

     No.1 March

     pp. 135-159

    Sanzhuan Guo

    Implementation of Human Rights Treaties by Chinese Courts: Problems and Prospects

     No.1 March

     pp. 161-179

    Sienho Yee

    Notes on the International Court of Justice (Part 2): Reform Proposals Regarding the International Court of Justice- A Preliminary Report for the International Law Association Study Group on United Nations Reform

     No.1 March

     pp. 181-189

    Jianjun GAO

    Comments on Guyana v. Suriname

     No.1 March

     pp. 191-203

    Wui Ling CHEAH

    Migrant Workers as Citizens within the ASEAN Landscape: International Law and the Singapore Experiment

     No.1 March

     pp. 205-231

    The State Council Information Office, China

    Protection and Development of Tibetan Culture

     No.1 March

     pp. 233-249

    V.D. Degan

    Reflections on International Judges and Their Decision-making: A Review Essay on Daniel Terris et al. (eds), The International Judge

     No.1 March

     pp. 251-266

    Ian Brownlie

    The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes

     No.2 July

     pp. 267-283

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    The Kosovo UDI between Agreed Law and Subjective Perception: A Response to Hilpold

     No.2 July

     pp. 285-290

    Peter Hilpold

    What Role for Academic Writers in Interpreting International Law?- A Rejoinder to Orakhelashvili

     No.2 July

     pp. 291-298

    XUE Hanqin, JIN Qian

    International Treaties in the Chinese Domestic Legal System

     No.2 July

     pp. 299-322

    Keyuan ZOU

    New Developments in the International Law of Piracy

     No.2 July

     pp. 323-345

    Yvenson St-Fleur

    Aerial Belligerency within a Humanitarian Rhetoric: Exploring the Theorizing of the Law of War/ Terrorizing of Civilians' Rights Nexus

     No.2 July

     pp. 347-373

    Tare C. Brisibe

    Customary International Law, Arms Control and the Environment in Outer Space

     No.2 July

     pp. 375-393

    Ka Ho TSE

    The Relevancy of Nationality to the Right to Prisoner of War Status

     No.2 July

     pp. 395-421

    Shuhong YU, Yongping XIAO, Baoshi WANG

    The Closest Connection Doctrine in the Conflict of Laws in China

     No.2 July

     pp. 423-439

    Philippe Gautier

    The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Activities in 2008

     No.2 July

     pp. 441-454

    Phil C.W. Chan

    The Legal Status of Taiwan and the Legality of the Use of Force in a Cross- Taiwan Strait Conflict

     No.2 July

     pp. 455-492

    Lijiang ZHU

    Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2008

     No.2 July

     pp. 493-551

    Cedric Ryngaert, Christine Griffioen

    The Relevance of the Right to Self- determination in the Kosovo Matter: In Partial Response to the Agora Papers

     No.3 November

     pp. 573-587

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    Kosovo and the Pitfalls of Over- theorizing International Law: Observations on Hilpold's Rejoinder

     No.3 November

     pp. 589-592

    Duncan French

    Global Justice and the (Ir) relevance of Indeterminacy

     No.3 November

     pp. 593-619

    Lanfang FEI

    Enforcement of Arbitral Awards between Hong Kong and Mainland China: A Successful Model?

     No.3 November

     pp. 621-636

    Allan Verman Yap Ong

    Issues in the Application of Depecage in Chinese Private International Law

     No.3 November

     pp. 637-655

    Ticy V. Thomas

    The Proliferation Security Initiative: Towards Relegation of Navigational Freedoms in UNCLOS? An Indian Perspective

     No.3 November

     pp. 657-680

    Sienho Yee

    Notes on the International Court of Justice (Part 3): Rule-making at the Court- Integration, Uniformization, Keeping Existing Article Numbers and Giving Public Notice

     No.3 November

     pp. 681-694

    Sergei Yu. Marochkin

    On the Recent Development of International Law: Some Russian Perspectives

     No.3 November

     pp. 695-714

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    Chinese Judicial Practice in Private International Law: 2006

     No.3 November

     pp. 715-740

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

    National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009- 2010)

     No.3 November

     pp. 741-777

    Chinese Journal of International Law, 2010,  Vol.9

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    Sienho Yee

    Sketching the Debate on Military Activities in the EEZ: An Editorial Comment

     No.1 March

     pp. 1-7

    Raul (Pete) Pedrozo

    Preserving Navigational Rights and Freedoms: The Right to Conduct Military Activities in China's Exclusive Economic Zone

     No.1 March

     pp. 9-29

    Haiwen ZHANG

    Is It Safeguarding the Freedom of Navigation or Maritime Hegemony of the United States?- Comments on Raul (Pete) Pedrozo's Article on Military Activities in the EEZ

     No.1 March

     pp. 31-47

    Kenneth J. Keith

    International Court of Justice: Reflections on the Electoral Process

     No.1 March

     pp. 49-80

    Bing Bing Jia

    The Relations between Treaties and Custom

     No.1 March

     pp. 81-109

    Andreas Buss

    The Preah Vihear Case and Regional Customary Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 111-126

    Barry Sautman

    Tibet's Putative Statehood and International Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 127-142

    Jianjun GAO

    The Okinawa Trough Issue in the Continental Shelf Delimitation Disputes within the East China Sea

     No.1 March

     pp. 143-177

    The AALCO Secretariat

    Report on the Forty- eighth Annual Session of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization

     No.1 March

     pp. 179-191

    Zonglai WANG, Bin HU

    China's Reform and Opening- up and International Law

     No.1 March

     pp. 193-203

    Rima Tkatova

    Central Asian States and International Law: Between Post-Soviet Culture and Eurasian Civilization

     No.1 March

     pp. 205-220

    Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China

    China's Ethnic Policy and Common Prosperity and Development of All Ethnic Groups

     No.1 March

     pp. 221-259

    SHI Jiuyong

    Maritime Delimitation in the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice

     No.2 June

     pp. 271-291

    Rein Mullerson

    Processes of Dissimilation and Assimilation in Humankind's Evolution: Will E Pluribus Unum Replace Ex Uno Plures?

     No.2 June

     pp. 293-320

    Curtis A. Bradley

    The United States and Human Rights Treaties: Race Relations, the Cold War, and Constitutionalism

     No.2 June

     pp. 321-344

    Alexander Orakhelashvili

    Threat, Emergency and Survival: The Legality of Emergency Action in International Law

     No.2 June

     pp. 345-391

    Simon Marsden

    Developing Approaches to Trans- boundary Environmental Impact Assessment in China: Co-operation through the Greater Tumen Initiative and in the Pearl River Delta Region

     No.2 June

     pp. 393-414

    Xiaohui Wu

    Case Note: China- Measures Affecting Trading Rights and Distribution Services for Certain Publications and Audiovisual Entertainment Products (WT/ DS363/ AB/R)

     No.2 June

     pp. 415-432

    Xiuli Han

    The Wiwa Cases

     No.2 June

     pp. 433-449

    Patricia Shine

    The Treatment of Non- EU Nationals before Domestic Courts of Member States

     No.2 June

     pp. 451-471

    Yifeng CHEN

    Structural Limitations and Possible Future of the Work of the International Law Commission

     No.2 June

     pp. 473-484

    Ingrid Kost

    Legal Materials on China Received and Catalogued in the Peace Palace Library: 2009

     No.2 June

     pp. 485-499

    Solon Solomon

    The Great Oxymoron: Jus In Bello Violations as Legitimate Non- Forcible Measures of Self-Defense: The Post- Disengagement Israeli Measures towards Gaza as a Case Study

     No.3 September

     pp. 501-536

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