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    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs

    1999-2000, Vol.18                  

    2001, Vol.19                          

    2002, Vol.20

    2003, Vol.21

    2004, Vol.22

    2005, Vol.23

    2006, Vol.24

    2007, Vol.25

    2008, Vol.26

    2009, Vol.27

    2010, Vol.28

    2011, Vol.29

    2012, Vol.30

    2013, Vol.31

    2014, Vol.32


      

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 1999-2000, Vol.18

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    HUNGDAH CHIU

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FROM THE CH'ING DYNASTY TO THE PRESENT

     pp. 1-10

     

    Request from the Representatives of Burkina Faso, the Gambia, Grenada, Honduras, Malawi, the Marshall Islands, Nauru, Nicaragua, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Senegal, Solomon Islands and Swaziland to the Fifty-Fifth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations for the Review of General Assembly Resolution 2758 (XXVI) Recent Development

     pp. 11-18

     

    Contemporary Practice and Judicial Decisions of the Republic of China Relating to International Law, 1999- 2000 Note

     pp. 19-48

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2001, Vol.19

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    Yann-Huei Song

    The EP- 3 Collision Incident, International Law and Its Implications on the U.S.- China Relations

     pp. 1-15

     

    Request from the Representatives of Belize, Burkina Faso, Chad, Dominica, El Salvador, the Gambia, Nicaragua, Palau, Senegal, and Tuvalu to the Fifty- Sixth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations for the Review of General Assembly Resolution 2758 (XXVI) Recent Development

     pp. 16-22

    HUNG-MAO TIEN

    TAIWAN'S FOREIGN POLICY IN THE NEW AGE

     pp. 23-29

     

    U.N. Security Council's Statement regarding the Adoption of Resolution 1296 Recent Development

     pp. 30-34

     

    U.N. REGARDING THE ADOPTION OF THE WIDERANGING ANTI- TERRORISM RESOLUTION

     pp. 35-38

     

    Contemporary Practice and Judicial Decisions of the Republic of China Relating to International Law, 2001

     pp. 39-111

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2002, Vol.20

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    Yann-Huei Song

    THE M/ V AMORGOS OIL SPILL INCIDENT: LIABILITY FOR POLLUTION DAMAGE, TAIWAN'S COMPENSATION CLAIMS, AND THE LAW APPLIED

     pp. 1-25

     

    EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION ON OBSERVER STATUS FOR TAIWAN AT THE MAY 2002 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY (WHA) IN GENEVA (MARCH 14, 2002)

     pp. 26-26

     

    U.S. CONGRESS BILL ENDORSING AND OBTAINING OBSERVER STATUS FOR TAIWAN AT THE ANNUAL SUMMIT OF THE WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY IN MAY 2002 IN GENEVA (MARCH 19, 2002)

     pp. 27-29

     

    REQUEST FROM THE REPRESENTATIVES OF BURKINA FASO, CHAD, EL SALVADOR, THE GAMBIA, GRENADA, THE MARSHALL ISLANDS, NICARAGUA, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, SENEGAL, SOLOMON ISLANDS AND SWAZILAND TO THE FIFTY- SEVENTH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR THE REVIEW OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 2758 (XXVI) (AUGUST 8, 2002)

     pp. 30-39

     

    EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION ON THE COMMISSION COMMUNICATION ON EUROPE AND ASIA: A STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR ENHANCED PARTNERSHIPS (SEPTEMBER 5, 2002)

     pp. 40-48

     

    U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL ADOPTED RESOLUTION 1441 REGARDING IRAQ'S NON-COMPLIANCE WITH COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS THREATS INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY (NOVEMBER 8, 2002)

     pp. 49-56

     

    U.N. CONVENTION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME (JANUARY 8, 2001)

     pp. 57-92

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2002

     pp. 93-182

     

    LIST AND TEXT OF TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2002

     pp.194-393

     

    LIST AND TEXT OF AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN (AIT) AND THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES (TECRO) IN 2002

     pp. 394-495

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 497-503

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 504-520

     

    FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC/ CONSULAR MISSIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

     pp. 521-522

     

    FOREIGN OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS IN THE REPUBIC OF CHINA

     pp. 523-525

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2003, Vol.21

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    ANNOUNCEMENT PAUL GUGGENHEIM PRIZE TO BE AWARDED IN 2005

     pp. 71-71

    JAMES J. PATTON, C. CHRIS CHEN

    DOHA AND DUMPING: SHORTCOMINGS AND SOLUTIONS FOR THE ANTI- DUMPING AGREEMENT

     pp. 1-28

     

    APPEAL TO H.E. THE SECRETARY- GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS FROM THE GROUP OF FRIENDS OF TAIWAN TO INCLUDE TAIWAN INTO THE GLOBAL OUTBREAK AND ALERT RESPONSE NETWORK AND THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION AS A HEALTH ENTITY (APRIL 29, 2003)

     pp. 29-32

     

    REQUEST FROM THE REPRESENTATIVES OF BELIZE, BURKINA FASO, CHAD, DOMINICA, THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, EL SALVADOR, THE GAMBIA, GRENADA, MALAWI, NICARAGUA, PALAU, SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, SOLOMON ISLANDS, SWAZILAND AND TUVALU TO THE FIFtY-EIGHTH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR THE REVIEW OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY

     pp. 33-42

     

    LIST AND TEXT OF AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN (AIT) AND THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES (TECRO) IN 2003

     pp. 333-428

     

    List and Text of Treaties/ Agreements and Official, Semi- Official or Unofficial Agreements Concluded by the Republic of China with Other Countries in 2003

     pp. 145-331

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 435-450

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 429-434

     

    FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC/CONSULAR MISSIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

     pp. 451-451

     

    FOREIGN OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS IN THE REPUBIC OF CHINA

     pp. 452-454

     

    QUEBEC SUPREME COURT RECOGNIZES TAIWAN AS A FOREIGN SOVEREIGN STATE IN THE RULING OF FRANCOIS PARENT, ETC. V. SINGAPORE AIRLINE LTD. V. CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION (OCTOBER 22, 2003)

     pp. 48-70

     

    Contemporary Practice and Judicial Decisions of the Republic of China Relating to International Law, 2003

     pp. 72-144

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2004, Vol.22

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    ANDY Y. SUN

    BLOCKING REPAIR OR FAIR USE OF SOFTWARE? THE U.S. PERSPECTIVES ON ANTI- CIRCUMVENTION

     pp. 48-68

    KUEI-JUNG NI

    THIRD- STATE COUNTERMEASURES FOR ENFORCING INTERNATIONAL COMMON ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS: THE IMPLICATION AND INSPIRATION OF THE ILC'S ARTICLES ON STATE RESPONSIBILITY

     pp. 1-47

     

    FOREIGN OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS IN THE REPUBIC OF CHINA

     pp. 470-472

     

    FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC/ CONSULAR MISSIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

     pp. 468-469

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S OFFICIAL, SEMI-OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 452-467

     

    REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR MISSIONS ABROAD

     pp. 447-451

     

    LIST AND TEXT OF AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN (AIT) AND THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES (TECRO) IN 2004

     pp. 319-446

     

    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS U.S. CONGRESS IN SUPPORT OF OBSERVER STATUS FOR TAIWAN AT THE SUMMIT OF THE WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY HELD BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (APRIL 21, 2004)

     pp. 69-71

     

    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS U.S. CONGRESS RESOLUTION REAFFIRMING UNWAVERING COMMITMENT TO THE TAIWAN RELATIONS ACT (JULY 15, 2004)

     pp. 72-76

     

    U.S. CONGRESS RESOLUTION REGARDING THE HIGH LEVEL VISIT BY OFFICIALS OF TAIWAN TO THE U.S. (JULY 22, 2004)

     pp. 77-79

     

    REQUEST FROM THE REPRESENTATIVES OF BELIZE, BURKINA FASO, CHAD, THE GAMBIA, GRENADA, MALAWI, THE MARSHALL ISLANDS, NICARAGUA, PALAU, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAINT VINCENT AND GRENADINES, SENEGAL, SOLOMON ISLANDS, SWAZILAND AND TUVALU TO THE FIFFY- NINTH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR THE REVIEW OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 2758 (AUGUST 10, 2004)

     pp. 80-89

     

    U.S. SENATOR JAMES A. LEACH'S REMARKS REGARDING TAIWAN'S INDEPENDENCE/ SELF- DETERMINATION AT THE WOODROW WILSON CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS (NOVEMBER 9, 2004)

     pp. 90-97

     

    U.S. DISTRICT COURT RECOGNIZED THE R.O.C. AS A "FOREIGN STATE;" TECRO HAS IMMUNITY UNDER THE FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT IN THE CASE OF "YOU- HAO CHEN V. THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES" (NOVEMBER 12, 2004)

     pp. 98-118

     

    LIST OF TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2004

     pp. 313-318

     

    PAUL GUGGENHEIM PRIZE TO BE AWARDED IN 2007

     pp. 119-119

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC

     pp. 120-304

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2005, Vol.23

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    J. K. T. Chao

    JOHN E. READ, Q.C., D.C.L., LL.D. (1888- 1973): THE FIRST AND ONLY JUDGE WITH CANADIAN NATIONALITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

     pp. 17-48

    Chi Chung

    AN EXPLORATION OF THE LOGIC OF THIRD PLACE IN THE "LAW" BETWEEN CHINA AND TAIWAN

     pp. 49-56

    Nicholas Cramer

    ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACK? POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND FISCAL AUTONOMY IN POST-COLONIAL HONG KONG, 1997- 2007

     pp. 59-71

    Bruce Y. Hsueh, Morris Tu

    APPLICATION OF MARKET LEVEL ANALYSIS IN ANTI- TRUST REGULATION ON IP LICENSING- THE PHILIPS CD- R CASE IN TAIWAN

     pp. 73-84

    Vincent A. Pace

    THE ENTERPRISE BANKRUPTCY LAW OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

     pp. 85-96

     

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2005

     pp. 263-301

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE

     pp. 97-258

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2006, Vol.24

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    Paul J. Davidson

    THE ROLE OF SOFT LAW IN THE GOVERNANCE OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS IN ASIA

     pp. 1-17

    Wen-Chieh Wang, Min-Chiuan Wang

    THE IMBALANCED DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE LEGAL SYSTEM

     pp. 19-42

    John K. T. Chao

    INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW FOR CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY: THE ATTORNEY- GENERAL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ISRAEL V. ADOLF EICHMANN (1961)

     pp. 43-58

    Richard Y. Fang

    THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE TREATMENTS OF VERTICAL PRICE- FIXING BETWEEN U.S. ANTITRUST LAW AND TAIWAN'S ANTITRUST LAW

     pp. 59-73

    Augusto Hemindez-Campos

    THE CRITERIA OF STATEHOOD IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE HALLSTEIN DOCTRINE: THE CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON TAIWAN

     pp. 75-86

    Tat Pang Lin

    COMPARING QUALIFIED FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS (QFII) MECHANISMS IN MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN

     pp. 87-111

    Michael Sheng-ti Gau

    TAIWAN'S ACHIEVEMENT IN THE REDUCTION OF HIGH SEA FISHING CAPACITY BETWEEN 2004 AND 2006 AT THE INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF ATLANTIC TUNAS

     pp. 113-125

     

    RECOMMENDATION BY ICCAT ON CRITERIA FOR ATTAINING THE STATUS OF COOPERATING NON-CONTRACTING PARTY, ENTITY OR FISHING ENTITY IN ICCAT

     pp. 127-128

     

    RESOLUTION BY ICCAT CONCERNING TRADE MEASURES

     pp. 129-132

     

    INFORMATION PAPER BY JAPAN ON THE IMPORT OF ATLANTIC BIGEYE CAUGHT BY LARGE- SCALE TUNA LONGLINE VESSELS- I. IMPORT OF ATLANTIC BIGEYE CAUGHT BY CHINESE TAIPEI'S LSTLVS

     pp. 133-140

     

    CHINESE TAIPEI'S EXPLANATORY NOTE TO JAPAN'S INFORMATION PAPER

     pp. 141-146

     

    CHINESE TAIPEI'S REQUEST FOR RENEWAL OF COOPERATING STATUS

     pp. 147-149

     

    LETTER TO CHINESE TAIPEI: IDENTIFICATION AND CONTINUING COOPERATING STATUS

     pp. 150-151

     

    INFORMATION BY CHINESE TAIPEI ON IMPROVEMENT OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT

     pp. 152-153

     

    JAPAN'S INFORMATION PAPER ON ACTIVITIES BY CHINESE TAIPEI FISHING VESSELS AND INDUSTRY IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

     pp.154-160

     

    CHINESE TAIPEI'S RESPONSE TO JAPAN'S INFORMATION PAPER

     pp. 161-165

     

    JAPAN'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PAPER ON CHINESE TAIPEI

     pp. 166-169

     

    CHINESE TAIPEI'S RESPONSE TO JAPANESE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PAPER

     pp. 170-173

     

    RECOMMENDATION BY ICCAT REGARDING CONTROL OF CHINESE TAIPEI'S ATLANTIC BIGEYE TUNA FISHERY

     pp. 174-178

     

    STATEMENT BY CHINESE TAIPEI TO PWG

     pp. 179-181

     

    RECOMMENDATION BY ICCAT REGARDING CHINESE TAIPEI

     pp. 182-184

    Chen-huan Hsiao

    TAIWAN'S FIRST TRADE POLICY REVIEW IN THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (June 20 and 22, 2006)

     pp. 185-193

     

    GOVERNMENT REPORT, WTO TRADE POLICY REVIEW (WT/ TPR /G/ 165, MAY 16, 2006)

     pp. 195-225

     

    SECRETARIAT REPORT, WTO TRADE POLICY REVIEW (WT/ TPR/ S/ 165/ REV.1, MAY 16, 2006)

     pp. 227-348

     

    INTERNATIONAL LAW IN GENERAL- Foreign Policy Report, 6th Congress of the Legislative Yuan, 4th Session

     pp. 350-357

     

    INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS- General- The Republic of China and Inter- Governmental Organizations

     pp. 358-384

    Chun-i Chen, Pei-Lun Tsai

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2006

     pp. 455-458

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2007, Vol.25

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    Yann-huei Song

    PROMPT RELEASE OF FISHING VESSELS: THE HOSHINMARU AND TOMIMARU CASES (JAPAN V. RUSSIAN FEDERATION) AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR TAIWAN

     pp. 1-28

    Dafydd Fell

    ADAPTING TO THE NEW SYSTEM: TAIWANESE POLITICAL PARTIES' LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATE SELECTION IN 2008 IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

     pp. 29-44

    Hsu-hua Chou

    COALITION BUILDING AS TAIWAN'S STRATEGIC OPTION IN THE WTO LAWMAKING NEGOTIATIONS

     pp. 45-63

    Mario Esteban

    THE DIPLOMATIC BATTLE BETWEEN BEIJING AND TAIPEI IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

     pp. 65-88

    Kevin Chun-Ming Chen

    FREE TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN), THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR AND THE REPUBLIC OF HONDURAS

     pp. 89-126

    Kuang-Wei Chueh

    A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FAIR USE BETWEEN TAIWAN AND THE UNITED STATES AND FUTURE LEGISLATIVE SUGGESTIONS TO TAIWAN

     pp. 127-138

    Chun-i Chen

    KUANG HUA LIAO (KOKARYO) CASE

     pp. 139-160

     

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND NEW CHALLENGES SEPTEMBER 29,2007

     pp. 161-217

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2007

     pp. 219-313

    Chun-i Chen, Ta-Chuan Tseng

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2007

     pp. 315-345

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2008, Vol.26

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    Stefan P. Fleischauer

    NON- STATE NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN CHINA AND TAIWAN- ON THE ROAD TO EUROPEAN- STYLE INTEGRATION?

     pp. 1-19

    Tom Hart

    HOW FAR CAN THEY SUCCEED? SYSTEMATIC SPECULATION ON THE PROSPECTS FOR FURTHER ADVANCES IN CROSS-STRAIT RELATIONS

     pp. 20-34

    Der-Chin Horng

    THE EU MODEL FOR A TAIWAN- CHINA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT

     pp. 35-55

    Michael Romancov, Magda Leichtova

    KOSOVO, OSSETIA AND ABKHAZIA- A NEW STRATEGY OF SUPERPOWERS? CHALLENGES AND RISKS FOR TAIWAN

     pp. 56-70

    Gunter Schucher

    WHERE MINDS MEET: THE "PROFESSIONALIZATION" OF CROSS- STRAIT ACADEMIC EXCHANGE

     pp. 71-94

    Han-yi Shaw

    REVISITING THE DIAOYUTAI/ SENKAKU ISLANDS DISPUTE: EXAMINING LEGAL CLAIMS AND NEW HISTORICAL EVIDENCE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE TRADITIONAL EAST ASIAN WORLD ORDER

     pp. 95-168

    Chun-Yuan Lin

    ESSAYS AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS GLOBAL POSITIONING AND TRANSJUDICIALISM: TAIWANESE EXPERIENCE FROM A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

     pp. 169-185

    Ivan Willis Rasmussen

    REGIONAL CONFLICT AND CONTRASTING NATIONALISMS: THE IMPACT OF NATIONALISM ON THE CHINA- TAIWAN CONFLICT NEGOTIATION

     pp. 186-204

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2008

     pp. 205-306

     

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2008

     pp. 307-362

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2009, Vol.27

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    Sasa Istenic

    OPPORTUNITIES, OBSTACLES AND CHALLENGES FOR MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN IN ADOPTING CBMS IN THE MILITARY/ SECURITY DOMAIN

     pp. 1-11

    Rafael Leal-Arcas

    ON CHINA'S ECONOMIC RISE: MULTILATERAL VERSUS REGIONAL ATITUDES IN TRADE AGREEMENTS AND THE PCA WITH THE EU

     pp. 12-42

    Yann-huei Song

    THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 121 (3) OF THE LAW OF THE SEA CONVENTION TO THE FIVE SELECTED DISPUTED ISLANDS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

     pp. 43-66

    Simon NM Young

    CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN HONG KONG'S COURT OF FINAL APPEAL

     pp. 67-96

    Andrew Friedman

    ESSAYS AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS PRAGMATISM OVER IDEALISM: PUBLIC INTEREST ADVOCACY IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND THE IMPORTANCE OF COLLABORATION

     pp. 97-107

    Scott Yi-Chun Lin

    GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE, AND CROSS- STRAIT RELATIONS: SCENARIOS FOR TAIWAN

     pp. 108-130

    Ted L. McDorman

    A NOTE ON THE MAY 2009 FAO DRAFT AGREEMENT ON PORT STATE MEASURES TO PREVENT, DETER AND ELIMINATE IUU FISHING

     pp. 131-148

    Cho-Hsin Su

    REMINISCENT OF ZOLLVEREIN- THE ECFA FROM A CONSTRUCTIVIST VIEW

     pp. 149-163

    Pasha L. Hsieh, Pei-Lun Tsai

    CROSS- STRAIT AGREEMENTS: 1990- 2009

     pp. 164-227

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2009

     pp. 228-414

    Chun-i Chen, Pei-Lun Tsai

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI-OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2009

     pp. 415-488

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2010, Vol.28

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    Sujin Chan

    BEYOND SPECIAL AND DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT: KEY TRENDS OF IMPORTANCE TO EAST ASIAN REGIONALISM

     pp. 1-21

    Caroline Ehlert, Christine Kaufmann

    THE DUCH TRIAL AT THE EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS IN THE COURTS OF CAMBODIA- INVOLVING THE CAMBODIANS IN THE PROCESS

     pp. 22-42

    Eliza Mik

    EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE USE OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS ON DOMESTIC CONTRACT LAW- THE SINGAPORE EXAMPLE

     pp. 43-63

    Miyazaki Takashi

    RECOGNITION OF STATES AND GOVERNMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: THEORY AND PRACTICE

     pp. 64-77

    Raul (Pete) Pedrozo

    SOVEREIGNTY CLAIMS OVER THE LIANCOURT ROCKS (DOKDO/ TAKESHIMA)

     pp. 78-97

    H. A. Strydom

    REFINING THE SCOPE OF STATE OBLIGATIONS FOR TREATYBASED HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN RESPECT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: THE MEANING OF THE 2009 GONZALES RULING BY THE INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

     pp. 98-113

    Anastasia Telesetsky

    RULE OF MARINE CAPTURE VERSUS RULE OF COOPERATION IN THE EAST CHINA SEA: EXPLORING OPTIONS FOR REGIONAL ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

     pp. 114-136

    Emilio E. Varanini

    RUNNING SOFT CONVERGENCE INTO THE GROUND: THE CASE FOR AN INTERNATIONAL ANTITRUST TREATY

     pp. 137-175

    Loo Choon Chiaw, Chia Foon Yeow, Wu Yanjuan

    THE TAIWAN GOVERNMENT SUES TWO INDIVIDUALS FOR THE RETURN OF A SUM OF US$29.8 MILLION (THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA CASE)

     pp. 176-190

    Francesco Seatzu

    THE RIGHT TO SOCIAL SECURITY UNDER ARTICLE 9 OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS

     pp. 191-203

    Pasha L. Hsieh, Pei-Lun Tsai

    CROSS- STRAITS ECONOMIC COOPERATION FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT (ECFA)

     pp. 204-225

    Pasha L. Hsieh, Pei-Lun Tsai

    FOREIGN JUDGMENTS CONCERNING THE LEGAL STATUS OF TAIWAN

     pp. 226-245

     

    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2010

     pp. 246-377

     

    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2010

     pp. 378-446

    Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 2011, Vol.29

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    Hsu-hua Chou

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    Natalie Klein

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    John K. T. Chao

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    Tomonori, Mizushima

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    Pert, Alison

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    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE AND JUDICIAL DECISIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN) RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2012

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    TREATIES/ AGREEMENTS AND OFFICIAL, SEMI- OFFICIAL OR UNOFFICIAL AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN) WITH OTHER COUNTRIES IN 2012

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    Treaties/ Agreements and Official, Semi- Official or Unofficial Agreements Concluded by the Republic of China (Taiwan) with other Countries in 2013

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    Table of Cases

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    pp. 10-26

    Woon, Walter

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    Hafetz, Jonathan

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    Hsieh, Pasha L.

    Taiwan's wto Trade Policy Review Reports

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    Contemporary Practice and Judicial Decisions of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Relating to International Law, 2014

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    Treaties/ Agreements and Official, Semi- Official or Unofficial Agreements Concluded by the Republic of China (Taiwan) with other Countries in 2014

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    Index

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    Table of Cases

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