New Issue: Chinese Journal of International law, v. 13, n. 4/2014

In this issue:
China: a Staunch Defender and Builder of the International Rule of Law
WANG Yi, p. 635-638

Judicial Authority in WTO Law: A Commentary on the Appellate Body’s Decision in China-Rare Earths
Julia Ya Qin, p. 639-651

Redemption of Chinese Arbitration? — Comments on the Civil Procedure Law (2012) and Free Trade Zone Arbitration Rules (2014)
LIU Xiaohong and YANG Ling, p. 653-662

ARTICLES
Editor’s Choice: The South China Sea Arbitration (The Philippines v. China): Potential Jurisdictional Obstacles or Objections
Sienho Yee, p. 663-739

Peru v. Chile: The International Court of Justice Decides on the Status of the Maritime Boundary
María Teresa Infante Caffi, p. 741-762

Abuse of Process in International Investment Arbitration
Hervé Ascensio, p. 763-785

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation: Forever on the Periphery of Public International Law?
Salim Farrar, p. 787-817

Analysing Regionalism within International Law and Relations: The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation as a Grossraum?
Michael Salter and Yinan Yin, p. 819-877

LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Reunification of Crimea with Russia: A Russian Perspective
Vladislav Tolstykh, p. 879-886

Xi Jinping’s “True Maritime Power” and ESCS Issues
Sukjoon Yoon, p. 887-889

BOOK REVIEWS
Professional Ethics at the International Bar
Filippo Fontanelli, p. 891-895

The Effectiveness of International Criminal Justice
Lingling Zhu, p. 896-899

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