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CASS Forum and Fourteenth International Law Forum: International Law in a New Era: Change, Innovation, and Development Held in Beijing

On December 2-3, 2017, the CASS Forum and Fourteenth International Law Forum: International Law in a New Era: Change, Innovation, and Development, sponsored by CASS and organized by CASS Institute of International Law and “Belt and Road” Judicial Research Base of the Supreme People’s Court, was successfully held in Beijing. The forum was attended by over 70 experts and scholars from various research institutions and universities in China, US, UK, Germany, Australia, Italy, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The forum was divided into six units in which the participants gave speeches and carried out discussions on various issues around the theme of the forum, including: the international law interpretation of the concept of ‘a community of shared future’; construction of a community of shared future and development of international law; international law sources of Marxism; justiciability of the International Court of Justice; meeting the global challenges with flexible law; the independent director system in international corporate governance; new trend of development in the field of international legal history; the response of the General Provisions of Civil Law to the Law on Choice of Law for Foreign-related Civil Relationships; the Asian Principle of Private International Law; Chinese system of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments; free trade zones and interim arbitration; judicial practice of application of laws on civil relations involving foreign elements; development of global laws; foreign civil judgments as evidence in Chinese civil proceedings; state-owned enterprises and government procurement; legal regulation of government subsidies; Section 301 of United States Trade Law and WTO Lawsuits; China’s foreign investment and policies of host countries; the reform of the Chinese banking system from the EU perspective; shareholders responsibilities; China’s negotiation with other countries on investment agreement; “Belt and Road Initiatives and the development of commercial arbitration in China; arbitration of disputes between investors and host countries; mechanism for the resolution of disputes between investors and host countries under Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement; overstepping of power in the international arbitration awards; the gender issue in international arbitration; arbitration awards under United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and their enforcement; negative effects of self-adjudicating jurisdiction; global law from the perspective of global legal pluralism; international humanitarian law issues in cyber war; international law analysis of the freedom and safety of navigation in the South China Sea; international development of individual and collective labor laws; conflicts between global finance and human rights; new development of the connotation of human rights in the new era: the human rights value of the right to happiness and its Chinese significance; judicial application of international human rights treaties in China; international law effect of Chinese and Japanese evidences on the sovereignty over Diaoyu Island; public properties and global commons: challenges to international law; resolution of international disputes; the role played by domestic courts in the implementation and development of international law; dispute over salvage contracts; climate change and human rights in the era of Paris Agreement; and new challenges faced by international law and China’s response thereof.

主办:中国社会科学院法学研究所、国际法研究所
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