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The China-Japan and Venezuela-Guyana Maritime Disputes: how the law on undelimited maritime areas addresses unilateral hydrocarbon activities

In December 2018, two incidents brought to the fore the importance of the rules addressing activities in undelimited maritime areas.  The first incident occurred between China and Japan…

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Was the UN Human Rights Council Wrong to Back China’s “Shared Future” Resolution?

On March 23rd, the 37th session of the UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution (A/HRC/37/L.36) introduced by China, calling for "mutually beneficial cooperation" among states to…

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Russia and China Challenge the Western Hegemony in the Interpretation of International Law

On 25 June 2016, the Presidents of Russia and China adopted a common Declaration on the Promotion of International Law in Beijing. The Declaration has already been subject…

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China’s View of International Litigation: Is the WTO Special?

Yesterday, Geraldo Vidigal put up a really interesting post looking at recent patterns of use of the World Trade Organization's dispute settlement…

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OUP Debate Map on “Disputes in the South and East China Seas”

Readers interested in the territorial and maritime boundary disputes between China and her neighbours in the South and East China Seas will welcome the creation by Oxford University…

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Human Rights à la Chinoise: Impressions from the 6th Human Rights Forum in Beijing on the Eve of the Second UPR of China, Part II

This is the second part of a post on the Beijing Human Rights Forum held in September 2013 in anticipation of the upcoming Universal Periodic Review of China.

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