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China and the New World Order

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[ Academia ] [ Litigation ] [ Regulatory & Policy ] [ Transactional ] Business Law: International

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[ Academia ] [ Litigation ] [ Regulatory & Policy ] [ Transactional ] as a Related Elective for those interested in China : Both capital markets and commercial markets are increasingly global, and China plays a key role in international trade and investment today. When advising clients who do business with or in China, it is important to understand when Chinese legal concepts may apply to your client’s transactions, and what Chinese agencies may need to approve their business ventures and investments. Students with a foreign policy or national security focus should also know something about China’s views on sovereignty and its approach to international legal standards. China’s cultural attitudes are also important if you will work with international regulatory regimes in other areas, like human rights or environmental law.

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Thirty years ago, China remained relatively isolated, with limited engagement in the global economy or world affairs. China is now the world's number-one development story and has become a principal participant in the 21st Century's new economic and legal world order. This seminar seeks to examine the effect that increased engagement with the global community has had on China's foreign policy and domestic reform efforts. The first part of this course will consider China's evolving role as a "responsible stakeholder" in international law and politics, including China's approach to international legal standards and norms, receptivity to non-Chinese legal concepts and institutions, and views on sovereignty and the need for domestic reform. The second part of this course will focus on China and the global economy, examining the implications of China's accession to the WTO in particular, the legal regime that China has established for foreign direct investment as well as outbound investment, and the myths and realities of China's economic recovery following the credit crisis of 2008. This course concludes by taking a look at the developing relationship between China and the U.S., as each nation attempts to establish its unique mark on issues ranging from international human rights to economic and national security. Students will be asked to actively participate in classroom discussion, and course materials will include political and commercial case studies, as well as news and law review analyses.
Thirty years ago, China remained relatively isolated, with limited engagement in the global economy or world affairs. China is now the world's number-one development story and has become a principal participant in the 21st Century's new economic and legal world order. This seminar seeks to examine the effect that increased engagement with the global community has had on China's foreign policy and domestic reform efforts. The first part of this course will consider China's evolving role as a "responsible stakeholder" in international law and politics, including China's approach to international legal standards and norms, receptivity to non-Chinese legal concepts and institutions, and views on sovereignty and the need for domestic reform. The second part of this course will focus on China and the global economy, examining the implications of China's accession to the WTO in particular, the legal regime that China has established for foreign direct investment as well as outbound investment, and the myths and realities of China's economic recovery following the credit crisis of 2008. This course concludes by taking a look at the developing relationship between China and the U.S., as each nation attempts to establish its unique mark on issues ranging from international human rights to economic and national security. Students will be asked to actively participate in classroom discussion, and course materials will include political and commercial case studies, as well as news and law review analyses.

Course Style: A Substantive/ Perspective course looks at law from an external or non-traditional standpoint.

Course Frequency: Varied, check w/ registrar

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