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Journal of Conflict Resolution – Volume 64 Issue 2-3, February-March 2020

Journal of Conflict Resolution - Volume 64 Issue 2-3, February-March 2020

Journal of Conflict Resolution Volume 64 Issue 2-3, February-March 2020 ISSN: 0022-0027 Online ISSN: 1552-8766 @SAGE_News @SAGEPublications SAGE Publishing Journal of Conflict Resolution (JCR), peer-reviewed and published eight times a year, for more than fifty years has provided scholars and researchers with the latest studies and theories on the causes …

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The South China Sea Arbitration

The South China Sea Arbitration

The South China Sea Arbitration Toward an International Legal Order in the Oceans By: Yoshifumi Tanaka ISBN: 9781509924813Publicado: 28-11-2019Páginas: 312 Beyond the scope of the dispute settlement between the Philippines and China, the South China Sea arbitral award can be thought to significantly influence the development of international law and …

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Human Rights Quarterly – Volume 41, Number 2, May 2019

Human Rights Quarterly

Human Rights Quarterly Volume 41, Number 2, May 2019 ISSN: 0275-0392 @ProjectMUSE @ProjectMUSE Human Rights Quarterly (HRQ) is widely recognized as the leader in the field of human rights. For more than a quarter of a century, HRQ has published articles by experts from around the world writing for the …

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The Quandaries of Data Analysis and Methodologies in Rule of Law, Development, and Human Rights Assessments: New Challenges for UN Special Rapporteurs

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

The Quandaries of Data Analysis and Methodologies in Rule of Law, Development, and Human Rights Assessments: New Challenges for UN Special Rapporteurs If Professor Hans Rosling’s famous last opus, Factfulness (April 2018), is to be believed (as well as Bill Gates’ effusive review here), we all tend to have grimmer views of …

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A new twist in the South China Sea Arbitration: The Chinese Society of International Law’s Critical Study

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

A new twist in the South China Sea Arbitration: The Chinese Society of International Law’s Critical Study On Monday 14 May 2018 the Chinese Journal of International Law, an Oxford University Press journal, published an extraordinary 500 page “Critical Study” of the Awards on jurisdiction and the merits in the …

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Visions of the ‘Right to Democratic Governance’ under International Law: The Complexities of the Philippines under Duterte

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Visions of the ‘Right to Democratic Governance’ under International Law: The Complexities of the Philippines under Duterte Is international law any closer to defining the content of a “right to democratic governance”? International human rights law instruments do not prescribe a form of governance, but they do explicitly refer to …

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China’s New World Order?

Project Syndicate

China’s New World Order? Nov 10, 2017 Ramesh Thakur Now that Chinese President Xi Jinping has solidified his position as China’s most powerful leader since Mao Zedong, he will be able to pursue his vision of a China-led international order. But if China wants to enjoy the benefits of regional …

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China’s Rising Geolegal Sphere

OpinioJuris

China’s Rising Geolegal Sphere by Malcolm Jorgensen [Malcolm Jorgensen is a Research Fellow at the Berlin Potsdam Research Group “International Law–Rise or Decline?”] In their new book The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World, Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro assert that Chinese occupation of maritime …

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Hegemonic Cooperation or Succession? The United States’ Emerging ‘Abandonment’, and China’s Rising ‘Defense’, of the Global Order

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Hegemonic Cooperation or Succession? The United States’ Emerging ‘Abandonment’, and China’s Rising ‘Defense’, of the Global Order Many international lawyers all over the world will doubtless have experienced a surge of surrealism over the past weeks, witnessing dramatic contrasts emerging between American and Chinese foreign policies seeking to redefine the …

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The South China Sea Arbitration is Here! And China Will Not Be Happy

OpinioJuris

The South China Sea Arbitration is Here! And China Will Not Be Happy by Julian Ku The much-anticipated long awaited South China Sea Arbitration award on the merits is here!  It is a slam-dunk, complete, utter, massive, total legal victory for the Philippines on all counts (lots of metaphors here, …

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