Friday, August 19, 2011

China and International Law

The China and International Law Symposium, sponsored by the Confucius Institute and the University of Chicago Law School, was held on April 6, 2011. Audio recordings are now available, flashplayer or downloadable .mp3. Elements include:
"China, International Law and Regional/Global Security" Panelists: Jacques deLisle, University of Pennsylvania; James Li, Tsinghua University; Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago
88:02 minutes
"International Human Rights: Does China Change Human Rights Law or Does Human Rights Law Change China?" Panelists: Dingxin Zhao, University of Chicago; Randy Peerenboom, Beijing/LaTrobe University, Australia; Eric Posner, University of Chicago
80:46 minutes
"The Rise of China and its Impact on International Relations" Panelists: Daniel Abebe, University of Chicago; David Kang, University of Southern California; Charles Lipson, University of Chicago; Dali Yang, University of Chicago
80:20 minutes
"China, the WTO, and International Economic Law" Panelists: Anu Bradford, University of Chicago; Julia Qin, Wayne State University; Jiangyu Wang, National University of Singapore; Peter Yu, Drake University
100:59 minutes