By Zou Keyuan (Eds.)
Our modern period has witnessed the awesome improvement of China-ASEAN family. either side have pledged to set up and enhance a finished cooperation. even if, any improvement of diplomacy is ruled via foreign felony rules, norms and principles, comparable to the constitution of the United international locations and basic foreign legislations. there is not any exception for China-ASEAN family members. The ebook discusses and explains China-ASEAN family members from a world legislations standpoint and covers quite a lot of criminal themes and criminal issues.
- The first ebook which makes an attempt to debate and clarify China-ASEAN kin in a global legislations perspective
- Covers a variety of felony issues and matters considerably current within the improvement of China-ASEAN relations
- Unique within the experience that it particularly offers with the connection among one kingdom and one international/regional organization
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In 2002 this issue caught the attention of the International Law Commission, which established a study group to examine the issue. 65 Although debatable, the general view is that regional arrangements can facilitate rather than disintegrate international law. 66 To some extent the development of international law needs the help of domestic legal catalysts in individual nation states. 68 China’s positive attitude towards the rule of law at the international level has domestic background. Since 1978, China has been carrying out legal reforms and has adopted the concept of the rule of law in its constitution.
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