ABSTRACT. Scholarship about China as a developed exponent of restorative justice through mediation, the development of the legal profession in China, the opportunities available to China in regional and international governance, and China’s traditional (normative) communitarian system of social order has increased and consolidated, especially in recent years. The findings of this study have implications for China’s new criminal evidence rules, the daunting problems facing China’s judiciary, the practice relating to the invocation of international law in Chinese courts, and the development of China’s socialist legal system. pp. 204–209
JEL codes: K14, L78, M38

Keywords: international criminal law, global governance, China

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