Occasional Papers Reprints Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, No 2, 1995
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Occasional Papers Reprints Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, No 2, 1995 The Tibet Question and the Hong Kong Experience by Barry Sautman

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Peace and unification in Korea and international law (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) [PyoÌ ng-hwa Yu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maryland, separation of Korea. About This Journal. The Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies (called Occasional Papers/Reprints Series in Contemporary Asian Studies through ), a publication of the East Asian Legal Studies Program at the University of Maryland School of Law, was established in by Dr. Hungdah Chiu. Since then the journal has been devoted to publishing scholarly . OccAsioNAl PApERs/ REpRiNTS SERiES iN CoNTEMpoRARY AsiAN STudiEs NUMBER 3 - (48} SOCIAL CHANGE ON MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN, Alan P. L. Liu ScltoolofLAw UNiVERSiTy of MARylANd I • I • 0 (0. Occasional Papers/Reprint Series in Contemporary Asian Studies General Editor: Hungdah Chiu Executive Editor: Jaw-ling Joanne Chang Managing Editor: Chih-Yu Wu Editorial Advisory Board Professor Robert A. Scalapino, University of California at Berkeley Professor Martin Wilbur, Columbia University.

2 CONTEMPORARY ASIAN STUDIES SERIES "When politics develops to a certain stage beyond which it cannot pro­ ceed by the usual means, war breaks out to sweep away the obstacles in the way."2 China's "punitive war" against Vietnam, albeit in the name of "self-defensive counteroffensive," was launched under exactly such a. 2 CoNTEMPORY AsiAN STUDIES SERIES powers are well aware of the instances in history where powerful countries have taken advantage, often undue, of the weakness prevailing in other areas. Sea power and power on land are inextricably interwoven in practically all situations, and the Indian Ocean Area is by no. means an exception to the general rule. OccAsioNAl PApERs/ REpRiNTS SERiEs iN CoNTEMpoRARY AsiAN STudiEs NUMBER 8 - (20) THE PUEBLO, EC, AND MAYA~ GUEZ INCIDENTS: SOME CONTI­ NUITIES AND CHANGES By Robert R. Simmons (Scltool of LAw //() UNiVERSiTy of MARylANd ~ . OccAsioNAl PApERs/ REpRiNTS SERiEs iN CoNTEMpoRARY AsiAN STudiEs NUMBER 6 - (71) CHINA'S MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LAW: THE DRAGON CREEPING IN MURKY WATERS Mitchell A. Silk ScltoolofLAw UNivERSiTY of MARylANd 0 ', • I • 0 ' • • 0 •• cC 0.

Mass rape, enforced prostitution, and the Japanese Imperial Army: Japan eschews international legal responsibility? Issue 3 of Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies: Authors: David Boling, University of Maryland at Baltimore. School of Law: Edition: reprint: Publisher: University of Maryland School of Law, ISBN. Occasional Papers/Reprint Series in Contemporary Asian Studies General Editor: Hungdah Chiu Executive Editor: David Salem Managing Editor: Shirley Lay Editorial Advisory Board Professor Robert A. Scalapino, University of California at Berkeley Professor Martin Wilbur, Columbia University Professor Gaston J. Sigur, George Washington UniversityCited by: 3. China's Ministry of State Security: Coming of age in the international arena (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies) [Eftimiades, Nicholas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. China's Ministry of State Security: Coming of age in the international arena (Occasional papers/reprints series in contemporary Asian studies)Author: Nicholas Eftimiades.   9 Hungdah, Chiu, The International Legal Status of the Republic of China (Baltimore, Maryland: Occasional Papers /Reprint Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, revised version, No. 5, ), pp. 3 – by: