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Harvard Studies in East Asian Law 6

China’s Practice of International Law

Some Case Studies

Edited by Jerome Alan Cohen

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ISBN 9780674594814

Publication Date: 01/01/1972

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  • Introduction
  • 1. China’s Recognition Practice and Its Implications in International Law [James C. Hsiung]
  • 2. The Establishment of Diplomatic Relations and the Scope of Diplomatic Immunity: The Dutch Experience with China [Ko Swan Sik]
  • 3. Chinese Diplomatic Practice during the Cultural Revolution [Philippe Ardant]
  • 4. Nonrecognition and Trade: The Fourth Sino–Japanese Trade Agreement [Gene T. Hsiao]
  • 5. Negotiating with China: A Minor Episode [Gilbert P. Verbit]
  • 6. The Genesis of the Territorial Issue in the Sino–Soviet Dialogue: Substantive Dispute of Ideological Pas de Deux? [George Ginsburgs and Carl Pinkele]
  • 7. Comparison of the Nationalist and Communist Chinese Views of Unequal Treaties [Hungdah Chiu]
  • 8. The Sino–Indian Dispute over the Internment and Detention of Chinese Nationals [Jerome Alan Cohen and Shao-chuan Leng]
  • 9. Some Conditions of Peking’s Participation in International Organizations [Byron S. J. Weng]
  • 10. The People’s Republic of China and the Red Cross [G.I.A.D. Draper]
  • Chinese and Japanese Language Titles and Glossary
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index

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