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Papers of Professor Hungdah Chiu - 1970s-1990s   Tags: special collections  

An inventory and guide to the research materials of Professor Chiu in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library.
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Publications by Professor Chiu

Professor Chiu wrote, edited and co-authored many books in English and in Chinese and more than 130 articles in the field of international and comparative law and Chinese studies, including People's China and International Law: A Documenatary Study (2 Volumes) (with Jerome A. Cohen, 1976); China and the Taiwan Issue (editor and contributor 1978); China: Seventy Years After the 1911 Hsin-hai Revolution (co-editor and contributor, 1984); The Future of Hong Kong (with Y. C. Jao and Y. L. Wu, 1987); The Draft Basic Law of Hong Kong: Analysis and Documents (1988); International Law of the Sea: Cases, Documents and Readings (with Gary Knight, 1991); and Modern International Law (in Chinese, 1995, two volumes).

Some problems concerning the application of the maritime boundary delimitation provisions of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea between adjacent or opposite states, 9 Md. J. Int. Law Trade 1–17 (1985)

Chinese views on the sources of international law, 28 Harv. Int. Law J. 289–307 (1987

Chinese attitudes toward international law in the post-Mao era, 1978-1987, 21 Int. Lawyer 1127–1166 (1987)

Recent legal issues between the U.S. and the People’s Republic of China, 12 Md. J. Int. Law Trade 1–33 (1987);

The legal system of the Republic of China, 13 Loyola Los Angel. Int. Comp. Law J. 44–61 (1990)

China’s criminal justice system and the trial of pro-democracy dissidents, 24 N. Y. Univ. J. Int. Law Polit. 1181–1201 (1992)

The right of the Republic of China and its 21 million Chinese people to participate in the United Nations, 28 John Marshall Law Rev. 247–257 (1994).


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