• Robert I. Rotberg (ed.), China into Africa: Trade, Aid and Influence, / Deborah Brautigam, The Dragon’s Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa / David H. Shinn and Joshua Eisenman, China and Africa: A Century of Engagement

    With 54 countries, a land size of 30.2 million km² and a population of about one billion,  Africa is far from being a homogenous entity….

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  • China and the WTO Dispute Settlement System: The Global Trade Lawyer and the State Capitalist

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  • Editorial 2012/1

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  • The Compromised “Rule of Law by Internationalisation”

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  • Hélène Piquet, La Chine au carrefour des traditions juridiques

    Is law a transferable technology? This is in essence the question posed by the work of Hélène Piquet, Professor at the Faculty of Law and…

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  • The norms of Chinese harmonyDisciplinary rules as social stabiliserA harmonious society is one in which the rule of law is given greater strength and authority

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  • Neil J. Diamant, Stanley B. Lubman and kevin O’Brien, Engaging the law in China: State, Society and Possibilities for Justice

    Legal studies generally appear to be opaque and difficult to access, the reserve of a handful of specialists with little inclination to share their knowledge….

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  • Randall Peerenboom (ed.), Asian Discourses of Rule of Law, Theories and implementation of rule of law in twelve Asian countries, France and the US

    This is a work as fascinating as it is ambitious, and whose great quality is its ability to highlight the particular features of the Chinese…

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  • Guobin Zhu, Le Statut de Hong Kong, Autonomie ou Intégration

    Works in French on the intricacies of Chinese politics and law are sufficiently few and far between that we herald those that are published. Guobin…

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  • Jianfu Chen, Yuwen Li, Jan Michiel Otto éds., The Implementation of Law in the People’s Republic of China

    To have a modernised, though certainly less than perfect legislative apparatus is one thing. To apply it uniformly, fairly and with complete independence across the…

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