Public and Administrative Law (Books and Journals)
- The Foundation for Law and International Affairs Review From No. 1-1, January 2020 to No. 3-1, January 2022
- Frontiers of Law in China From No. 1-1, March 2006 to No. 16-1, January 2021 Higher Education Press, 2019
- China Indemnity Advisory Committee Report by: LLMC, 2009
- China Law Digest From No. 3-1, January 2007 to Vol. 9 No. 1, January 2013 China Law Digest, 2008
- Regional Agreements and International Law
- Round Table: Area, Space and Law
- Summary of the 2021 Annual Conference on Global Law and Strategy
- Monroe Doctrine and History
- Empire and Regional Order
- Reasons for Regions
- Shifting Boundaries and the Imagination of Region History
- 2021 Annual Conference on Global Law and Strategy - Region and Order
An Assessment of Gaps of Legal Mechanisms of B&R Implementation in Africa: Ethiopia's Perspective
While there have been discussions focusing on B&R for African countries, little has said about the legal aspects governing B&R among African countries. Against this backdrop, this article examines the legal frameworks governing the B&R in Africa, taking Ethiopia as a case in point. It analyses the available legal mechanism between China and Africa to ensure the rights and obligations of parties...
The International Convergence of Criminal Procedural Law in China: A Criminal Discourse Analysis of Defendant's Rights
After the Second World War, the issue of human rights protection has aroused extensive discussion on a global scale, and many domestic and international laws that have been born after that have reflected concerns about human rights issues. As far as criminal litigation is concerned, due to the obvious inequality of power in the criminal litigation process, the issue of how to restrain public...
Determining Illegal Expropriation of IP-related Investment in ISDS
Most countries have concluded bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements containing investment chapters. In these bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements, intellectual property is regarded as a type of investment. Many bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements explicitly contains the item of "intellectual property". While some others only define "intangib
Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility with Corporate Governance: A Case Study of Russian Companies
Sustainable development takes centre stage. The need for a radical rethinking of how companies and industries work is being addressed. Sustainability recognizes respect for society and the environment as a benchmark of success. Integrating corporate social responsibility and corporate governance is becoming one of the top priorities. CSR accounts for three pillars of sustainability — economic (pro
- A Comparison between the PRC Arbitration Law (Revised) (Draft for Comments) and the Current PRC Arbitration Law
A Brief Commentary on the Proposed Amendments to the PRC Arbitration Law: Adapting to International Arbitration Practices with the PRC Characteristics
On July 30, 2021, the Ministry of Justice of the People's Republic of China issued the first version of the Arbitration Law of the People's Republic of China (Revised) (Draft for public comments) (hereinafter referred to as the Draft for Comments), together with its explanatory notes.2 The Draft for Comments makes major strides toward eliminating anachronisms of the existing Arbitration Law of...
A Discursive Approach to China's Role in Global Public Health Governance: News Values Constructed in the News Discourse of COVID-19 of 2020
A discursive approach to China's role in global or international affairs has still been under-explored despite its significance in international relations and international communications. This article, based on a corpus of news discourse, examines how China's role in dealing with the global public health crisis is pictured in the news values constructed through the news discourse. The corpus...
Cultivating Global Governance Talents through Integrating the SDGs into Education in the Post-COVID World
The outbreak of COVID-19 has engendered tremendous impacts on the world, putting current global governance system into question in the global context of re-globalization. Fair and square international economic rules, robust universal healthcare, social protection systems and closer multilateral cooperation are needed to improve global governance capabilities for a sustainable future which...
Blockchain Application Risks and Solutions of International Commercial Arbitration in Chines Mainland
Blockchain has the advantages of tamper-proof, decentralization. The use of Blockchain technology for arbitration can not only improve the efficiency and security of arbitration, but can even generate rulings and change the arbitration mode. Recently, Blockchain arbitration has been extended to the field of international commercial arbitration. At the same time, there was not much research on the
Information accessibility for public health emergencies-A case study of information accessibility during the new coronavirus outbreak
Barrier-free information construction has not been included in the information disclosure system for public emergencies in China. This makes it difficult for obstacle groups to obtain government information timely. By contrast, social forces, sign language videos and online accessible mini programs all give quick responds, which to some extent, bridge the information gap during the pandemic. This
The legal protection for China's flexible workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a chain of socioeconomic effects worldwide. China’s social and economic operations and labor market have also been suffered because of this global crisis. During hard times, flexible employment becomes an important means for stabilizing employment. However, the pandemic also exposed the problems ensuing from insufficient legal protection for flexible workers....
The Execution of the International Public Contract at the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 have soared over 118,000 worldwide with fatalities crossing the threshold of 4291, which has led the World Health Organization to upgrade the COVID-19 outbreak from a "public health emergency of international concern" to a "pandemic" (hereinafter referred to as "the COVID-19 Pandemic") on 11 March, 2020. Different industries have been hard hit by the aggressive...
Global Community of Health for All: What, Why and How
The COVID-19 virus continues to ravage the world and seriously endangers human life and health. After successfully bringing the pandemic under control, China proposed the idea of building a Global Community of Health for All to the international community. This is a Chinese plan for international reference and shows China's active participation in the global public health governance....
Metanarratives of International Environmental Law and Science in the Anthropocene Era: The Ontological and Epistemological Incompatibility
Transboundary environmental phenomena are considered challenges to states in the international system, especially considering those that pose existential threats to humankind. The Eurocentric ontology and epistemology of International Environmental Law lead to exclusionary stances due to the totalizing propositions in metanarratives, in which tradition and other worldviews are not part of the...
The United States' Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: Interpretation from Neo-Classical Realism
As the world enters into a new era of "great powers competition" and "great uncertainty", the global attention has focused on how the US-China relation would proceed under the current trajectory. As the world's two largest economies and greenhouse gas emitters, their climate positions and attitudes could consolidate or sabotage the hard-won international consensus on climate change of the Paris...
Clean Energy Transition in Emerging Economies of Asia and Africa - A New Concept of Transnational Collaboration in Nuclear Energy
In 2019, unprecedented extreme weather conditions occurred in several parts of the world as the temperature of the earth's surface hit a record high. This deterioration of environmental conditions can largely be attributed to rise in emissions resulting from high energy demand. Renewable energy sources and nuclear power met the majority of this growth in demand. Still, generation from coal and...
- Panel Two: International Law, Multinational Communication, and Global Governance
Prospects for the Operation of China-South Korea International Police Cooperation Mechanism against Crime
At present, the research on international police cooperation is mostly confined to the field of international relations. Before 2015, the research on international police cooperation on cross border crimes is few in Chinese Mainland. The range of activities undertaken is not simply police investigations and information sharing, but also the influence of national comprehensive and national power...
Legal Enforcement and Trust Mechanism in Rumor Governance of Public Crisis
In the unofficial social information network, people often continuously deliver "hearsay" to their secondary audiences because they believe in the relationship through which they obtain information. Conversely, people are actively involved in transmitting versions of information that differ from those released by official authorities because "people distrust or question information published by...
- Panel Three: Youth Resilience in the Post-COVID World: Education and Action
- Panel One: The Implications of the Coronavirus Outbreak on Globalization
- A Review of the Symposium 'Globalization in a Post-COVID World: Retreat or Revival?