In short, the 24 selected and representative articles written in English by the author over the past 30-odd years, mainly published in international leading journals and now collected and compiled in this monograph, could be deemed the products of international academic debates. They record, reflect and embody the authoras personal views on a number of contemporary basic issues in international economic law a the international economic order. These personal views with Chinese characteristics are deeply rooted in Chinaas specific national situation and the common position of the world-wide weak groups, and are significantly and substantially different and independent from some existing voices from strong western powers, which is why the book bears the title aThe Voice from Chinaa. On the basis of their specific themes and content, the 24 representative articles are divided into six parts: 1) Jurisprudence of Contemporary International Economic Law; 2) Great Debates on Contemporary Economic Sovereignty; 3) Chinaas Strategic Position on Contemporary International Economic Order Issues; 4) Divergences on Contemporary Bilateral Investment Treaty; 5) Contemporary Chinaas Legislation on Sino-Foreign Economic Issues; and 6) Contemporary Chinese Practices on International Economic Disputes (Case Analysis).The government argued that this was an act of smuggling and was against the Provisional Customs Law of the Peoplea#39;s Republic of China, 16 the Provisional Regulations on Export Permit System, 17 and the Instruction for Fighting Smugglinganbsp;...
|Title||:||The Voice from China|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-07-08|