14 février 2017

REVUE : Journal of East Asia and International Law (vol. 9, n°2, Autumn 2016)

David ROY

The latest issue of the Journal of East Asia and International Law (vol. 9, n°2, Autumn 2016) is out.

Issue Focus: Public International Law for Private International Lawyers 

Sung Pil Park, The Coordinating Role of Public International Law: Observations in the Field of Intellectual Property  
Lin Zhang, Engineering Compulsory Food Safety Liability Insurance in China: A Joint Perspective of Public and Private International Law  
Keisuke Takeshita, Sovereignty and National Civil Procedure: An Analysis of State Practice in Japan


Tsung-Sheng Liao, MNCs under International Climate Change Regime: Recognizing Atmospheric Absorptive Capacity as the Common Heritage of Mankind

Jinyuan Su, Active Debris Removal: Potential Legal Barriers and Possible Ways Forward 

Notes & Comments

Jonathan Liljeblad, The 2014 Enabling Law of the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission and the UN Paris Principles: A Critical Evaluation 
Xiaoyi Zhang, Problematic Expansion on Jurisdiction: Some Observation on the South China Sea Arbitration 

Regional Focus & Controversies: Taiwan’s Position over the South China Sea Dispute  

Yen-Chiang Chang, Mainland 
Michael Sheng-ti Gau, Taiwan 

Student contribution

Yasir Gökçe, The Restrictive Immunity Doctrine and Employment Claims: Recent Trends in the Face of Competing Interests

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