Chinese Journal of International Law
Volume 20, Issue 1, March 2021
ISSN: 1540-1650, EISSN: 1746-9937
The Chinese Journal of International Law is the leading forum for articles on international law by Chinese scholars and on international law issues relating to China.
An independent, peer-reviewed research journal edited primarily by scholars from mainland China, and published in association with the Chinese Society of International Law, Beijing, and Wuhan University Institute of International Law, Wuhan, the Journal is a general international law journal with a focus on materials and viewpoints from and/or about China, other parts of Asia, and the broader developing world.
The Twentieth Anniversary of the Chinese Journal of International Law
The Fusion of Ideology, Technology and Economic Power: Implications of the Emerging New United States National Security Conceptualization
The “Indirect Support” Loophole in the New SOE Norms: An Intentional Choice or Inadvertent Mistake?
The Hague Judgments Convention and Mainland China-Hong Kong SAR Judgments Arrangement: Comparison and Prospects for Implementation
Wenliang Zhang, Guangjian Tu
The Emergence of Objective Guidelines for Granting Immunity to International Non-Governmental Organizations
David Pavot, Lolita Laperle-Forget
Letter to the Journal
Forcible Discharge of Ukrainian President Yanukovich from Power: Complicity of the Obama Administration
Alexander N Vylegzhanin, Ekaterina A Torkunova, Sergey A Lobanov, Kirill V Kritskiy
Emmanuel Roucounas, A Landscape of Contemporary Theories of International Law
Sreenivasa Rao Pemmaraju
Øystein Jensen (ed.), The Development of the Law of the Sea Convention: The Role of International Courts and Tribunals
Harold Hongju Koh, The Trump Administration and International Law
Wang Xiaoxu, Chang Yen-Chiang
Maria Adele Carrai, Sovereignty in China: A Genealogy of a Concept Since 1840
Benedetta Cappiello and Gherardo Carullo (eds.), Blockchain, Law and Governance
In Memoriam: XU Hong (1963-2021)