Chinese Journal of International Law
Volume 20, Issue 4, December 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.
Constitutional Theories of International Organisations: Beyond the West
The Nation-State: Not Yet Ready For the Dustbin of History?Get accessArrow
Maritime Territorial Disputes in Asia and the Relaxation of Cold War Tensions: The Case of Dokdo and the 1965 Japan-Korea Normalization AgreementsGet accessArrow
Thomas A Schwartz, John Yoo
The Status of Chinese State-owned Enterprises in International Investment Arbitration: Much Ado about Nothing?Get accessArrow
Unilateral Sanctions: Kind and Degree; Long-arm and Strong-arm Jurisdiction; Real Intent and “Could-be” Intent
Letters to the Journal
The Updated Commentary on the Third Geneva Convention of 1949Get accessArrow
The Luo, et al. v. Chen Case on SurrogacyGet accessArrow
Gregory Shaffer, Emerging Powers and the World Trading System: The Past and Future of International Economic LawGet accessArrow
Philipp Hacker, Ioannis Lianos, Georgios Dimitropoulos, and Stefan Eich (eds.), Regulating Blockchain: Techno-Social and Legal ChallengesGet accessArrow