INTERNATIONAL LAW IN NORTH EAST ASIA FORUM (ILNEAF)
  • ILNEAF - National Decisions involving questions of International Law: China
    Selected Chinese National Judicial Decisions Concerning Questions of Public International Law and Private International Law[1]   序号 Court Disputing Parties Decision date Case No. Related Int’l Law Summary of the case regarding int’l Law Decision regarding Int&r
  • ILNEAF - National Decisions involving questions of International Law: Korea
    Korean National Court Cases (February 8, 2017)   >Korea’s Domestic Legal System regarding International Law: Article 6 of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea (1) Treaties duly concluded and promulgated under the Constitution and the generally recognized rules of international law shall have the same effect as the domestic laws of the Republic of Korea. (2) The status of aliens shall be guaranteed as prescribed by international law and treaties. >Constitutional Court Cases: The constitutional court was established in 1988. Later, the first constitutional court case was decided in 1989.                                               Cases involving the International Law[1]  
  • International Economic Law as between Northeast Asian States: Selected Sources
    Asif H Qureshi, Yoon-Kyung Lee, Kangle ZHANG, Xiaojing Qin, Wei Rongrong & Dahea Kim 1. Introduction This bibliography mainly focuses on International Economic Law from a Public International Law perspective. It is concerned with International Economic Law as it affects NEA (viz., China, Korea and Japan). In particular, it is concerned with how International Economic Law is perceived and received in NEA. And more specifically, it is concerned with world trade law; International Investment Law; International Monetary and Financial Law; and finally, International Tax Law, as these disciplines relate to NEA. The sources referred to herein are mostly secondary sources. They do not purport to be exhaustive or indeed complete and comprise of selected works chosen by different researchers herein in the disparate spheres. The sources selected are those in English, as well as in Korean, Japanese and Chinese. Given the different languages involved, and the difficulty in having one person having a command of all four languages, some of the descr
  • ILNEAF - Treaties between NEA countries
  • Juneyoung Lee
    Juneyoung Lee   Juneyoung Lee is Legal Affairs Officer of the Accessions Division of the World Trade Organization. She is currently serving the Working Party on the Accessions of The Bahamas, Ethiopia, Liberia, Iraq, Sudan, and Uzbekistan. Prior to joining the Accessions Division in 2012, she was responsible for Transparency Mechanism on Regional Trade Agreements in the Trade Policies Review Division for five years (2007-2012). She worked in the Council and Trade Negotiations Committee (2005-2006). Ms Lee obtained a Ph.D. in international trade law from the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Switzerland).  
  • International Law as between Northeast Asian States: A commentary on Selected Sources
    Asif H Qureshi, Yoon-Kyung Lee & Kim, Pyounghwa (Updated January 2017)   1. Introduction   Northeast Asia (NEA) comprises in the sense of its common description in its regional setting, of China, Korea and Japan. This description however is not necessarily a neutral self-evident geographical encapsulation of the region. It is a combination of geography and common racial, cultural, linguistic, religious and historic heritage that configures in the description. Certainly, common Western conceptions of the region are often less discerning and group Northeast Asia into the Far East. The common geography and heritage however are marred by historic conflicts. In the face of it therefore the description Northeast Asia is also an aspirational description for some form of solidarity even if distant. Moreover, this need for solidarity in the face of adversity is particularly spurred by the regional economic success and its further potential. In this regional milieu, therefore an enquiry into the setting of international law and its role in the region has much to commend it --- in particular as an ‘arbitrator’, as a facilitator, as a normative force --- including as a vehicle for the external impact of the region. There is a dearth of legal analysis of international law from a regional perspective. Th
  • Dr Xiaojing Qin
    Xiaojing Qin (xiaojing.qin@bnu.edu.cn) Lecturer at Beijing Normal University School of Law, China LL.M and PH.D from The University of Manchester, UK LL.B from Northwest University of Political Science and Law, China Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal of Law in the Built Environment   
  • Lee, Yoon-Kyung
    Lee, Yoon-Kyung (yklee82@korea.ac.kr)  Bachelor of Law, Department of Law, Korea University, Seoul, Korea Master Course International Law, Department of Law, Korea University, Seoul, Korea  
  • Dahea Kim
    Dahea Kim (playdahea@korea.ac.kr) Bachelor of Arts in Law, Department of International Legal Studies, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. Department of Law, Master Course International Law, Korea University Seoul, Korea.  
  • Wei Rongrong
    Wei Rongrong
  • Kangle Zhang
      Kangle Zhang   Doctoral Research, Project Secretary, Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki.  
  • Nany Hur
    Nany Hur (nanyhur@hanmail.net) Lecturer at Korea University School of Law/ Sogang University Graduate School of International Studies in International Economic Law/ International Studies LL.M., University of Pennsylvania / Ph.D. in Law, Korea University Full-time Researcher at Korea University Legal Research Institute
  • QI Tong
    QI Tong (fxyqt@whu.edu.cn) Professor of International law (Since 2012) Wuhan University Institute of International Law QI Tong graduated from Wuhan University and got Ph.D. degree (2003) in the major of international economic law. He was a standing director of Society of Chinese International Economic Law. He also worked as the Executive Director of the Center of Oversea Investment Law of Wuhan University (COIL) and Deputy Chief Editor of International Law Review of Wuhan University. He was appointed as one of the Experts (The First Batch) for Maritime and Commercial trials of the Supreme People’s Court of China. In 2015, he was also appointed as a part-time guest expert worked in the Forth Civil Division of the Supreme People’s Court of China.
  • Asif H. Qureshi
    Asif H. Qureshi (asif@korea.ac.kr) Professor at Korea University, Korea International Economic Law Editor-in-chief of the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law Barrister: Quadrant Chambers, 10 Fleet Street, London, UK Member of the Roster of Non-Governmental Panelists eligible for Panel service, appointed by the Dispute Settlement Body of WTO  
  • Guiguo Wang
    Guiguo Wang (guiguo.wang@tulane.edu) Chair of International and Comparative Law, Tulane University, USA University Professor and National 1000 Plan Professor, Zhejiang University, China JSD, Yale Law School; LLM, Columbia Law School Chairman of the Hong Kong WTO Research Institute Chairman of the National Committee (HK) and Titular Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law Distinguished Professor of Law at Hunan Normal University School of Law in Changsha, China.  
  • Junji NAKAGAWA
    Junji NAKAGAWA (nakagawa@iss.u-tokyo.ac.jp) Professor at the Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo International Economic Law B.A., M.A. and Ph.D., University of Tokyo Member of the Executive Council of the Society of International Economic Law Taught at Graduate School of International Studies at University of Denver, Fletcher School at Tufts University, and at Free University of Berlin Visiting scholar at Georgetown University Law Center, Harvard Law School, and at El Colegio de México  
ILNEAF - About

The objectives of ILNEAF are mainly the promotion, understanding, application and development of International Law as it applies in relations between China, Korea and Japan; and as it applies to Korea, China, and Japan respectively. The achievement of these objectives will contribute to peace, co-operation and development in the region; and in particular will assist policy makers within NEA as to how International Law and its development can contribute to facilitating peace, cooperation and development of the region.The forum will also enable (i) co-operation, discourse and fraternity as between international lawyers within the region, including the respective societies of international law within China, Korea and Japan; (ii) facilitate research in International Law in the context of NEA; and (iii) encourage future generations of International Law scholars to reflect about International Law in terms of NEA.

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