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Introduction: Wang Tieya: persevering in adversity and shaping the future of public international law in China / R. St. J. Macdonald ch. 1. International law and the international community: the long road to universality / Georges Abi-Saab ch. 2. "Law is my idol": John C.H. Wu and the role of legality and spirituality in the effort to modernise China / William P. Alford, Shen Yuanyuan ch. 3. Assessment of compensation of expropriated foreign property: three critical problems / C.F. Amerasinghe ch. 4. UNCLOS, UNCED, and the restructuring of the United Nations system / Elisabeth Mann Borgese ch. 5. International law in the law school curriculum / Bengt Broms ch. 6. The decisions of political organs of the United Nations and the rule of law / Ian Brownlie ch. 7. Some comments on high seas fishing and international law / William T. Burke ch. 8. The law of international waterways and its sources / Lucius Caflisch ch. 9. Self-determination of peoples and the recent break up of USSR and Yugoslavia / Antonio Cassese ch. 10. International responsibility and liability of states for national activities in outer space especially by non-governmental entities / Bin Cheng
ch. 11. The peaceful settlement of disputes: new grounds for optimism? / C.M. Chinkin ch. 12. The problem of delimiting the maritime boundary between the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf of opposite states / Hungdah Chiu ch. 13. Ethnocentrism and the teaching of international law / Jerome Alan Cohen ch. 14. Equity in matters of state succession / V.D. Degan ch. 15. European biodiversity: the Bern Convention of 19 September 1979 on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats / Maguelonne Dejéant-Pons ch. 16. The position of the manufacturer and the insurer in space law in connection with cases in space / I.H.Ph. Diederiks-Verschoor ch. 17. The unilateral enforcement of international law by exercising reprisals / Karl Doehring ch. 18. China's practice of international law : patterns from the past / R. Randle Edwards ch. 19. Sovereign immunity in the Chinese case and its implications for the future of international law / J.V. Feinerman ch. 20. Marine pollution and spoilation of natural resources as war measures: a note on some international problems in the Gulf War / Florentino P. Feliciano
ch. 21. Law, moral philosophy and economics in environmental discourse / Thomas M. Franck ch. 22. Lessons from the first decade of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: reservations and progress towards entry into force / John Gamble ch. 23. Wang Tieya / Walter Gellhorn ch. 24. The mythology of sovereignty / Louis Henkin ch. 25. "Legal system" and "rule of law" in Chinese legal science (1978-1992) / Robert Heuser ch. 26. Asia and the developments in the Law of the Sea: 1983-1992 / S.P. Jagota ch. 27. Sovereignty and international law: Hobbes and Grotius / Mark W. Janis ch. 28. Reflections on the term 'dispute' / Robert Jennings ch. 29. Regional fishery arrangements: options for northeast Asia / Douglas M. Johnston ch. 30. Sovereignty in the Chinese image of world order / Samuel S. Kim
ch. 31. Change and stability in the international system: China secures revision of the Unequal Treaties / Charlotte Ku ch. 32. Straddling and migratory fish stocks in the new Law of the Sea: reconciling rights, freedoms and responsibilities / Barbara Kwiatkowska ch. 33. Some thoughts on equality / Manfred Lachs ch. 34. The right of victims of war to compensation / Luke T. Lee ch. 35. International law reaching out / Roy S. Lee ch. 36. The Gulf War and the United Nations Security Council / Yoshiro Matsui ch. 37. Evidence before the International Court of Justice / Andrés Aguilar Mawdsley ch. 38. An interpretation of the negotiating process of UNCLOS III / Edward L. Miles ch. 39. Self determination of peoples and the dissolution of the USSR / Rein Mullerson 40. Governance of Antarctica / M.C.W. Pinto
ch. 41. A way to think about international law / John M. Rogers ch. 42. The former Yugoslav Federation and international law / Milan Šahovíc ch. 43. Une page difficile des relations belgo-chinoises: l'affaire relative à la dénonciation du traité sino-belge du 2 novembre 1865 / Jean Salmon ch. 44. The English language and the common law: China and Hong Kong after 1997 / Teresa Scassa ch. 45. Sovereignty : then and now / Oscar Schachter ch. 46. Humanitarian assistance, humanitarian interference and international law / Dietrich Schindler ch. 47. Developments in international investment law / Nico Schrijver ch. 48. Developing countries and the idea of international law / M. Shahabuddeen ch. 49. International law in the municipal legal order of Asian states: virgin land / Ko Swan Sik ch. 50. European Community law and international economic relations: the saga of Thai Manioc / Francis Snyder
ch. 51. Relevance of the European Convention on Human Rights outside the jurisdiction of the contracting states / Wolfgang Strasser ch. 52. Reflections on the articulation of international judicial decisions and the problem of "mootness" / Hugh Thirlway ch. 53. History and international law in Asia: a time for review? / Jeremy A. Thomas ch. 54. The Asian states and international labour conventions / Nicolas Valticos ch. 55. Human rights in a multicultural world: the need for continued dialogue / G.J.H. van Hoof ch. 56. China and The Hague Conference on Private International Law / Alfred E. von Overbeck ch. 57. Le Traité de Maastricht et la citoyenneté européenne / Daniel Vignes ch. 58. The European system of human rights protection: present and future / Luzius Wildhaber.
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