China and International Law: The Boundary Disputes

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1990 - 158 頁


This is the first volume to systematically look at how China uses international law to deal with its complex boundary questions--it borders on twelve countries. The book includes an examination of boundary claims, border policies, settlements, alignments, and armed conflicts. The author draws a clear picture of China's attitude toward the use of traditional law. He supports his study with treaties, historical background, maps, and legal arguments. The reader walks away with a fine understanding of China's behavior in negotiations and armed conflicts, the country's policy, and its philosophy on dispute settlement.

China and International Law uses original sources to examine China's basic border policy. Chapters include: International Law; Border Policy; Boundary Disputes and Settlements; Unequal Boundary Treaties; Boundary Treaties; Determinants of Boundaries; and Methods for Settling Boundary Questions.

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Introduction
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IV
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VI
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第 111 頁 - An obligation arises for a third State from a provision of a treaty if the parties to the treaty intend the provision to be the means of establishing the obligation and the third State expressly accepts that obligation in writing.
第 37 頁 - ... on the basis of the Five Principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, noninterference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence, and oppose the imperialist and social-imperialist policies of aggression and war and oppose the hegemonism of the superpowers.
第 96 頁 - Agreement on Trade and Intercourse Between the Tibet Region of China and India...
第 25 頁 - Tibet is an integral part of Chinese territory, and the problem of Tibet is entirely a domestic problem of China. The Chinese People's Liberation. Army must enter Tibet, liberate the Tibetan people, and defend the frontiers of China.
第 30 頁 - These principles are : 1. Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty; 2. Non-aggression; 3. Non-interference in each other's internal affairs; 4. Equality and mutual benefit; and 5. Peaceful co-existence.
第 67 頁 - The Government of India would be glad to have an assurance that it is the intention of the Tibetan Government to continue relations on the existing basis until new agreements are reached on matters that either party may wish to take up. This is the procedure adopted by all other countries with which India has inherited treaty relations from His Majesty's Government".
第 36 頁 - United by the common ideals of building a socialist society and by the principles of proletarian internationalism, the countries of the great commonwealth of socialist nations can build their mutual relations only on the principles of complete equality, respect for each other's territorial integrity, state independence and sovereignty, and non-interference in each other's internal affairs.
第 83 頁 - Agreement on General Principles for the Settlement of the Questions between the Republic of China and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics...

關於作者 (1990)

BYRON N. TZOU is the chief editor of Collections of Chinese-Japanese Diplomatic Documents 1911-1948. He is an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of International Relations, Chengchi University, Taiwan.

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