Friday, December 18, 2020

New Volume: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs

The latest volume of the Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (Vol. 37, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Ying-jeou Ma, Introduction to the Hungdah Chiu Lecture: The Taiwan Relations Act and International Law
  • Christopher Ward, The Universal Language of International Law: History and Prospects
  • Karsten Nowrot & Emily Sipiorski, (De)Constitutionalization of International Investment Law? Assessing Narratives from the Asia-Pacific
  • Chie Sato, The EU’s Effective Protection of Marine Living Resources and Its Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region—What Can We Learn from the Eu Experience?
  • Gabriele Gagliani, The European Union and Asean Countries Trade Relations: “Building Blocks” or “Stumbling Blocks?”
  • Lan Ngoc Nguyen & Yen Hoang Tran, Coastal States’ Enforcement Power over Fishing Activities in the South China Sea: Where is the Line under International Law?
  • Soo-hyun Lee, Fair and Equitable Treatment in the International Investment Regime of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
  • Richard L. Kilpatrick, Jr., North Korea’s Sanctions-Busting Maritime Practices: Implications for Commercial Shipping
  • Peter Tzeng, Fisheries Review Panels: Lessons from Russia v. Commission and Ecuador v. Commission 
  • Lin-Ling Uang, A Comparative Legal Study on Functions and Powers of the Ombudsman System in Taiwan and Mainland China
  • Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley, From European Toward Global Taiwan Studies: An Introduction to Three Organizations
  • Intan Soeparna, Asean Investment Dispute Settlement: A Challenge to the Asean Enhanced Dispute Settlement Mechanism