Chinese perspectives on human rights and good governance ; 2. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2018, ISBN ; 9789004353312.
Global Governance, Conflict and China sheds a unique perspective on China's normative behaviour in the realm of collective security, peacekeeping, arms control, the war on terror and post-conflict justice. This analysis engages with an Asian epistemological framework whose relational thought borrows from the context - space and time alike - that informs China's principle-driven conduct on the international plane. Through the lens of relational governance, this work develops a new theory on the relational normativity of international law (TORNIL) that identifies the interdependent sources that underpin China's international legal argument, id est norms, values and relationships. Without a fertile soil in which those conflicting relationships between share- and stakeholders can be rebuilt, international laws governing (post-conflict) violence cannot restore and maintain peace, humanity and accountability.
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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction China, Global Governance and International Law: Towards a Relational Normativity China and Collective Security China and Peacekeeping China and Arms Control China and the War on Terror China and Post-conflict Justice.
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Print version: Vanhullebusch, Matthias. Global governance, conflict and China Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2018