Monday, June 12, 2017

New Issue: Journal of East Asia and International Law

The latest issue of the Journal of East Asia and International Law (Vol. 10, no. 1, Spring 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Issue Focus: BREXIT: British Way vs. Asian Way
    • Siraj Shaik Aziz, The Investment Protection Chapter of the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement: A Model for the Post-Brexit UK IIAs
    • Hyung Bok Chae, Brexit: Is Britain Coupable?
    • Shucheng Wang, Brexit's Challenge to Globalization and Implications for Asia: A Chinese Perspective
  • Articles
    • Congyan Cai, Enforcing a New National Security? China's National Security Law and International Law
    • Chinyere Ezeoke, The ASEAN Single Shipping Market: Towards a Regional Cabotage Regime
  • Notes & Comments
    • Udin Silalahi, The Harmonization of Competition Laws towards the ASEAN Economic Integration
    • Jongcheol Kim, Dissolution of the Unified Progressive Party Case in Korea: A Critical Review with Reference to the European Court of Human Rights Case Law
  • Regional Focus & Controversies: Repatriation of Cultural Property in Japan
    • Yuji Hosaka, Article 2 of the Korea-Japan Basic Treaty and Japan's Repatriation of Korean Cultural Properties: Reviewing Travaux Preparatoires
    • Hui Zhong, Can Chinese Individuals Request the Restitution of Chinese Cultural Relics in Japan?: A Revisit under International Law
    • Yoshiaki Sato, “Settled Completely and Finally”: A Japanese Perspective on the Repatriationism of Cultural Property
  • East Asian Observer
    • Andrew Wolman, Han Kim and North Korean Accountability for Torture and Unlawful Killing
    • M. Hendrapati et al., Today’s Ambalat: Neglecting the Basepoints of Sipadan and Ligitan Islands for Maintaining the Equidistance Principle in the Disputed Area