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HE Zhipeng

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Name:HE Zhipeng

Position: Professor

Emailhezp@jlu.edu.cn

Research interests:International law; human rights; legal education

Profile: Prof. HE Zhipeng is Ph.D. in law (Jilin University) and professor of law of Jilin University. He acts as standing council member of the Chinese Society of International Law,  standing council member of the China Society for Human Rights Studies, as well as Vice President of the China Society of International Economic Law.

Publications:

I. Books

1. A Chinese Theory of International Law, Springer, 2020 (English)

2. A Chinese Theory of International Law, Law Press China, 2017 (Chinese)

3. Protecting National Interest: The Power of International Law, Law Press China, 2018 (Chinese)

4. The Future of International Law, Law Press China, 2017 (co-author)

5. International Rule of Law, Peking University Press, 2016

6. International Rule of Law on Economic Issues, Higher Education Press, 2015

7. Textbook of International Law, Tsinghua University Press, 2014

8. Fundamentals on Philosophy of International Law, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2013

9. Basic Theories of Rights: Reflections and Reconstructions, Peking University Press, 2012

10. Basic Theories in International Economic Law, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2010

11. Theoretical Issues of Human Rights Globalization, Science Publisher, 2008

12. European Union Law: Historical Process and Institutional Framework, Jilin University Press, 2007

13. Right to Development and the System of the EU, Jilin University Press, 2007

14. Legal Regulation of Globalized Economy, Tsinghua University Press, 2006

15. Law and Globalization, Jilin Science and Technology Press, 2006 (editor)

16. WTO and Public Health, Tsinghua University Press, 2005 (co-author)

17. International Investment Law, Higher Education Press, 2005 (co-author)

18. Human Rights and International Criminal Law, Law Press China, 2004 (co-author)

19. General Introduction to Law, Higher Education Press, 2004 (co-author)

20. The Protection of Women’s Rights: Cases, China Machine Press, 2004 (co-author)

21. General Introduction to Law, China Machine Press, 2002 (co-author)

22. WTO and the Environment, Jilin People’s Press, 2002 (co-author)

23. Reform and Development of Legal Education in China, Higher Education Press, 2002, (co-author)

24. Introduction to International Economic Law, Jilin University Press, 2000 (co-author)

25. Arbitration Law, Jilin University Press, 1999 (co-author)

II. Academic Articles

1. “ International law debates in China: traditional issues and Emerging Problems”, The Pacific Review (Reb. 2020).

2. “The Counterterrorism Mechanism Integrated into Human Rights”, The Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 18, no. 5, Nov. 2019).

3. “The Development Approach to Human Rights”, in Wang Xigen (ed.) The Right to Development: Sustainable Development and the Practice of Good Governance, (BRILL/Nijhoff, 2019), pp. 48-56.

4. “Belt and Road Initiative: Regional Economic Mapping of China’s International Law Perspective”, Global Law Review, No. 1, 2018, reprinted in College of Liberal Arts and Technology Abstracts, No.2, 2018

5. “Power and Limitations of Natural Law in International Relations”, Orient Law Journal No.2, 2018

6. “The Western Tradition of International Law and Chinese Concepts”, Journal of Law No.2, 2018

7. “From Freedom to Governance: Implications of the Law of the Sea on International Network Rules”, Journal of Xiamen University (Philosophy and Social Science Edition) No. 1, 2018

8. “The Exploration of the Importance of International Law in a New Era of China”, Tsinghua Law Journal No. 1, 2018

9. “The Foundation of Teaching in First-class Universities", Chinese University Teaching No. 2 , 2018

10. “The Contribution of CSFH on the Theory of Human Rights”, Human Rights 2017:5, 1-6.

11. “Deglobalization and soft laws in international governance”, Wuhan University Journal of Social Sciences, No.4, 2017.

12. “Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind to Human Rights Theory”, 16: 5 The Journal of Human Rights, (2017) 417-422.

13. “The Chinese plan on international rule of law: a perspective on BRI”, Pacific Journal, No. 5, 2017.

14. “Open development and international law”, Tribute of Political Science and Law, No. 3, 2017.

15. “The lost of general principles of international law”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 2, 2017.

16. “International law and Rising Powers”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 1, 2017.

17. “The Chinese Expression of the International Rule of Law”, 38:3 Social Sciences in China (2017) 175-188

18. “Seeing Human Rights from the Perspective of Development”, 16: 1 The Journal of Human Rights, (2016) 44-49.

19. “The Chinese Position on Sovereign Immunity”, Tribute of Political Science and Law, No. 3, 2015.

20. “Disregarding Whither the Wind Flows, Keeping Firm Confidence of His Owns –A Revisit of Prof. CHEN’s Research on NIEO”, [Chinese] Journal of International Economic Law, vol. 21, No. 4, PKU Press, 2015, pp.126-133

21. “Legal Expression of China’s discourse”, Hainan University Journal of Social Sciences, No.2, 2015.

22. “Why States Need Peaceful Coexistence?”, in Department of Treaty and Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China and Chinese Society of International Law (ed.), Proceedings of the Colloquium on Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and the Development of International Law, Law Press, China, 2015.

23. “China and the Perfection of International Rule of Law”, Research on Rule of Law, No. 3, 2015.

24. “International Soft Law Effectiveness, Limitations, and Perfections”, Gansu social Sciences, No. 2, 2015.

25. “A Comparative Study on Main English Textbooks on International Law”, International Law Review, No. 2, 2015.

26. “Toward a Great Power of International Law”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2015.

27. “A Realistic Approach of International Relations: The Position of Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Revisited”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 6, 2014.

28. “International Law Basis of a Great Power: The Significance of Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Revisited”, Studies on Law and Business, No. 4, 2014; Reprinted in Chinese Digest of Social Sciences, No. 12, 2014.

29. “The Development of Human Rights in the Internet Era”, in China Society for Human Rights Studies (ed.), Constructing an Environment for Sustainable Human Rights Development, China International Press, 2014.

30. “Why Sound Law and Good Governance Are Equally Important: The Criteria of International Rule of Law Revisited”, Academic Journal of Zhejiang University, No. 3, 2014.

31. “Critical Realism as a Method of International Law”, Law and Social Development, Vol. 20, No.3, 2014.

32. “Why International Rule of Law is Desirable: An Expound Concerning Theory and Practice”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 2, 2014.

33. “New Sinica Studies: Contemporary Expression of Chinese Culture”, Jiangxi Social Sciences, No. 4, 2013.

34. “Factors Forming of the Idea of International Law in Contemporary China”, Law Review, No. 1, 2014. Also in Reprinted Materials of International Law, No. 4, 2014, Remin University China, Information Center.

35. “The Formation of the Concept of International Law in Contemporary China”, Shanghai University Law Review, Vol. 1, No.1, 2013.

36. “The End of Power Politics: The Aim of International Rule of Law”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 3, 2013.

37. “International Social Contract: Realization of Rule of Law Ideas in International Relations”, Tribute of Political Science and Law, No. 3, 2013.

38. “A Chinese Theory of International Law: Problems and Improvement”, Academic Journal of East China University of Politics and Law, No. 1, 2013.

39. “R2P: The Dawn of Rule of Law or Tyranny Once More”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2013; also, in Reprinted Materials of International Law, No. 4, 2013, Remin University China, Information Center

40. “Between Politics and Ethics: The Nature of International Law Revisited”, Academic Journal of Zhejiang University, No. 5, 2012.

41. “From Freedom to Development: International Governance on Trade in Post-Crisis Era”, Academic Journal of Xiamen University, No. 6, 2012.

42. “The Paradox of Justice in Power Politics”, Studies on Law and Business, No. 5, 2012

43. “International Social Contract: The Foundation International of Rule of Law”, Tribute of Political Science and Law, No. 1, 2012.

44. “How is Soft International Law Possible”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2012.

45. “Practical Legal Education in Mainland China”, in Dennis T.C. Tang and Chi Chung (eds.), Cross Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau, Inatitutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, 2011.

46. “Formal and Actual Education on Law”, in Dennis T.C. Tang and Chi Chung (eds.), Cross Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau, Inatitutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, 2011.

47. “Dialectics in International Law”, Jiangxi Social Sciences, No. 7, 2011

48. “Method of International Law”, Wuhan University International Law Review, Vol. 14 (2011).

49. “Harmony based National Interest and the Transition of International Relations to Rule of Law”, in Liu Debin (ed.), English School Theories and the Study of International Relations History, Peking University Press, 2011.

50. “The Relationship between China and International Law in the Perspective of International Relations”, Journal of International Relations and International Law, Vol. 1 (2011).

51. “Reflections on Multilateral Trade Regime: A Perspective from the Developing Countries”, Forum on International and Comparative Law, Vol. 20, 2011

52. “From Powerful Aggression to Multiple Good Governance”, Studies on Law and Business, No. 4, 2011

53. “From Peace and Development to Harmonious Development”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 4, 2011

54. “The Position of China on the Rotterdam Rules”, China Maritime Law Annual, Vol. 22, No. 2, 2011, also in Reprinted Materials of International Law, No. 10, 2011, Remin University China, Information Center

55. “International Rule of Law and the Future of the UN”, Studies on International Law, Vol. 4, 2011

56. “The Trend of Judiciary in International Human Rights and the Standing of China”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 3, 2011.

57. “Fair Trade and International Rule of Law: Reflections on WTO’s Doha Round”, Oriental Law, No. 2, 2011

58. “Development through Freedom: The Values of International Rule of Economic Law”, Studies on Rule of Law, No. 2, 2011.

59. “A theory on Conflict of Rights”, Global Law Review, No. 1, 2011

60. “Philosophical Dimension of International Law”, Jurists, No. 6, 2010

61. “Judicial Dilemma in Power Politics: Appraisal of ICJ’s Advisory Opinion on Kosovo”, Studies on Law and Business, No. 6, 2010; Reprinted in Chinese Digest of Social Sciences, No. 2, 2011 also in Reprinted Materials of International Law, No. 2, 2011, Remin University China, Information Center

62. “The Perfection of Global Institutions and International Rule of law”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 5, 2010

63. “International Governance on Forced Disappearance”, Oriental Law, No. 4, 2010

64. “Reflections on International Law Research in China”, Tribune of Political Science and Law, No. 4, 2010.

65. “Reflections on Practical Legal Education in China”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 4, 2010.

66. “Four Pairs of Relationships in Human Rights Education in Universities”, Guangzhou University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 3, 2010.

67. “Democratic Approach of Reform of International Monetary and Financial System”, Study and Exploring, No. 2, 2010.

68. “Basic Categories in International Economic Law”, Jiangxi Social Sciences, No. 3, 2010

69. “The Orientation of Development of the WTO”, Modern Law Science, No. 2, 2010.

70. “Levels and Methods of Human Rights Education”, in Sun Shiyan (ed.), Human Rights Education in Chinese Universities, Scientific Press, 2009

71. “EU System in the Perspective of International Rule of Law”, in Du Li and He Zhipeng (eds.), China-EU: Economic Development and Social Justice, Jilin University Press, 2009

72. “Between Fairness and Efficiency: An Appraisal on EU Policies on Development”, in Du Li and He Zhipeng (eds.), China-EU: Economic Development and Social Justice, Jilin University Press, 2009

73. “A Harmonious Based approach of Human Rights”, in Papers for the Third Northeast Forum on Rule of Law, Jilin People’s Press, 2009

74. “The co-progressiveness of International Rule of Law and a Harmonious World”, in Zhang Wenxian and Xu Xianming (eds.), Rule of Law and Harmony in the Context of Globalization, Shandong People’s Press, 2009

75. “Compliance Mechanism of International Law”, Oriental Law, No. 5, 2009

76. “Liberalism Revisited in the Trend of De-globalization”, Jianghai Academic Journal, No. 5, 2009

77. “Redefinition of National Interest and the Possibility of International Rule of law”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 4, 2009

78. “Development as Human Rights”, Law and Social Development, No. 4, 2009

79. “Sovereignty: Political Reality, Moral Ideal, and Law as a Bridge”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 5, 2009.

80. “International Rule of Law: A Definition of the Concept”, Tribune of Political Science and Law, No. 4, 2009.

81. “Human Rights and Sovereignty in the Perspective of International Rule of Law”, Wuhan University International Law Review, Vol. 9 (2009).

82. “A study on the Compliance Mechanism of International Law”, Oriental Law, No. 5, 2009.

83. “Theoretical Logic of International Rule of Law”, Chinese Yearbook of International Law, World Affairs Press, 2009

84. “Reflections on International Financial Order: From the Governance of International Financial Order Crisis”, Journal of Beihua University, No. 2, 2009.

85. “The Study of International Economic Law in the West: Focus, Methodology, and Standing”, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 16, No. 1, Peking University Press, 2009.

86. “International Rule of Law as a Necessary Approach of Harmonious World”, Tsinghua Law Review, No. 1, 2009.

87. “Customary International Humanitarian Law in the Perspectives of International Rule of Law”, Oriental Law, No. 1, 2009.

88. “30 Year International Law Study in China: Achievements and Experiences”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2009.

89. “NGOs and Regional Policy of the EU”, in Du Li and Wang Qian (eds.), EU-China: Economic Development and Government’s Function, Jilin University Press, 2009.

90. “Challenges of EU Security Governance”, in Du Li and Wang Qian (eds.), EU-China: Economic Development and Government’s Function, Jilin University Press, 2009.

91. “Is Fair Trade Possible? A Study on Doha Round of the WTO”, in Sun wanzhong and Yu minyou (eds.), Studies on WTO Law and China (2008), Intellectual Property Press, 2008.

92. “The Possibility of Adopting Case Law in Conflict of Laws in China”, Shangai University Journal, No. 6, 2008

93. “Beyond Politics among Nations: The Relationship of Sovereignty and Human Rights in the Perspective of International Rule of Law”, Law Science, No. 6, 2008

94. “Reflections and Prospects on Legal Education of China”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 6, 2008

95. “Human Rights Education, Human Rights Teaching and Human Rights Textbooks”, in Sun Shiyan and Bi Xiaoqing (eds.), Chinese Yearbook of Human Rights, Volume 4 (2006), Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008

96. “From NIEO to Sustainable Development”, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 15, No. 3, Peking University Press, 2008

97. “Reflections of International Human Rights System: A View from Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities”, North Law Review, No. 5, 2008

98. “Improving the Quality of Legal Education in China”, University Education in China, No. 2, 2008

99. “International Rule of Law: Good Governance under Law or Power Politics”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 2, 2008

100. “How is ‘Nature’s Rights’ Possible”, Law and Social Development, No. 1, 2008

101. “The Background of Contemporary Humanist International Law”, Chinese Yearbook of International Law, World Affairs Press, 2007

102. “From Sovereignty Orientation to Human Rights Orientation: The Shift of International Law Paradigm”, Forum on International and Comparative Law, Vol. 17, China Fangzheng Press, 2007

103. “Globalization and the Shift of International Law to Humanism”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 1, 2007

104. “Right to Development in European Union System”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2007

105. “The Idea of Nature’s Rights and the Development of Rights”, Anhui University Law Review, Vol. 6, No. 2, Anhui University Press, 2007

106. “International Rule of Law: The Order in the Time of Globalization”, Journal of Changchun Academy of Police, No. 1, 2007

107. “International Economic Law: Reflection of Concept and Reconstruction of System”, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 13, No. 4, Peking University Press, 2007

108. “Development of Rights and Institutional Innovation”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 5, 2006

109. “Strengthen Legal Education Quality”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 5, 2006

110. “The Return of Human: A Reflection of the Status of Individuals in International Law”, Law Review, No. 3, 2006.

111. “An Inquiry into the Cause and Nature of Rights”, Law and Social Development, No. 3, 2006

112. “Right to Development in International Trade System”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 3, 2006

113. “WTO and Public Health: A Global Frontier Issue”, Zhongzhou Academic Journal, No. 1, 2006

114. “The Globalization of Human Rights: Status Quo and Countermeasures”, Study and Exploring, No. 1, 2006

115. “Designation and Practice on Reform of Teaching in Private International Law”, Innovation, Reformation and Practices, Vol. 2, Jilin University Press, 2006

116. “Achievements and Developments of European Human Rights System”, China-EU: Cooperation and Development, Jilin University Press, 2005

117. “Globalization, Global Governance, and the New Aspects of International Law”, Lectures on Legal Philosophy of Legal Branches, Higher Education Press, 2005

118. “The System of Escrow of the US and Its Implication in China”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 4, 2005 (co-author), also in Reprinted Materials of Civil and Commercial Law, No. 1, 2006, Remin University China, Information Center

119. “China Legal Education and Its Reform Approach in Times of Globalization”, Theory and Practice in Higher Education, No. 2, 2005 (co-author)

120. “The Globalization of Human Rights and the process of the UN”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 5, 2005

121. “The Dimension of Public Health in International Trade Regime”, Wuhan University International Law Review, Wuhan University Press, 2005

122. “The Theory of Non-Social Contract”, Anhui University Law Review, Vol. 5, No. 1, Anhui University Press, 2005; Digested in Chinese Digest of Social Sciences, No. 5, 2005

123. “Legislative Perfection of the Applicable System of Law concerning the Liability of Foreign Products in Our Country”, Seeking Truth, No. 2, 2005

124. “State Immunity: A Review of the Rules and a Reflection in Theory”, Jurists, No. 2, 2005

125. “The Theory of Non-natural Rights”, Law and Social Development, No. 3, 2005

126. “The Safeguard of Sustainable Development in International Law”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 1, 2005(co-author)

127. “Capacity Education in Law: Its Aim and Means”, in China Legal Education, No. 2, 2004 (co-author).

128. “The Concept of Capacity Education in Legal Education”, in Innovation, Reformation and Practices, Jilin University Press, 2004 (co-author)

129. “The Reform of Education for Undergraduates in Maritime Law”, in Innovation, Reformation and Practices, Jilin University Press, 2004

130. “China: Systematic Innovation Facing Sustainable Development”, Sustainable Development of China (Hong Kong), No. 3, 2003 (June 2003)

131. “Environmental Issues and the Legal Regime of International Trade: A View from the Developing Countries”, Peking University International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2004)

132. “The Achievements and Limitations of International Economic Law”, Contemporary Law Review, No. 4, 2004

133. “International Economic Law and Sustainable Development”, Studies on Law and Business, No. 4, 2004

134. “The Globalization of Human Rights: Concept and Dimensions”, Law and Social Development, No. 4, 2004

135. “Sustainable Development and the Perspectives of the Principle of State Sovereignty”, Anhui University Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 1, Anhui University Press, 2004

136. “Values of International Economic Law”, Journal of Henan Administrative Institute of Politics and Law, Vol. 19, No. 3 (May 2004)

137. “WTO, MEAs and Developing Countries” Xiamen University Law Review, No. 6, Xiamen University Press, 2004 (co-author)

138. “International Rule of Law: Reality and Ideal”, Tsinghua Forum of Rule of Law, No. 4, Tsinghua University Press, 2004

139. “Sustainable Development and the Innovations of China Law”, Law and Social Development, No. 4, 2003

140. “Credit in Maritime Law”, in Annual of Commercial Law in China, Jilin University Press, 2002

141. “The Structure of Qualified Assessment of Legal Education”, in China Legal Education, No. 3-4, 2002 (Dec. 2002).

142. “The Dilemma of Global Sustainable Development and the Countermeasures of Law”, Anhui University Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 1, Anhui University Press, 2003; Also in Sustainable Development of China (Hong Kong), No. 4, 2003 (Aug. 2003)

143. “The Dilemma and Way out of International Environmental Law”, in Zhang Naigen (ed.), Modern International Law Study, Shanghai People’s Press, 2003

144. “Intellectual Property and New International Economic Order”, Law and Social Development, No. 3, 2003; also in Reprinted Materials of International Law, No. 5, 2003, Remin University China, Information Center (2003)

145. “Practical System of the Assessment of Legal Education”, Law and Social Development, No. 2, 2002 (co-author).

146. “Theoretical Inquiry into the Assessment of Legal Education”, in Theory and Practice of Higher Education, No. 2, 2002 (co-author).

147. “Equity as the Basic Principle of International Economic Law”, Jilin University Journal of Social Sciences, No. 3, 2002 (co-author), also in Best Articles of International Law in China, 2003, China Machine Press, 2004.

148. “Legal Perspectives on Establishing and Developing TNCs of China”, Law and Social Development, No. 5, 88.

149. “Environmental Stand and Environmental Rules of the WTO”, Law and Social Development, No. 4, 2002

150. “Harmony as a Legal Value: New View in the Times of Sustainable Development”, Anhui University Law Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, Anhui University Press, 2002

151. “Sustainable Development and New International Economic Order”, Law and Social Development, No. 5, 2001, also in Best Articles of International Law in China, 2002, China Machine Press, 2002.

152. “China’s Legal Environment for Re-investment after Its Accession to the WTO”, Journal of International Economic Law, Law Press China, 2001 (co-author)

153. “Sustainable Development from the View of Legal Theory”, in Zhang Wenxian (ed.) Frontier of Legal Theory, Jilin University Press, 2001; reprinted by Science Press, 2003

154. “A Review of the Research of International Law in the Past Five Years and Prospects”, Law and Social Development, No. 1, 2001 (co-author)

155. “Sustainable Development and International Trade: Conflict and Coherence”, Law and Social Development, No. 6, 2000

156. “International Economic Law and New International Economic Order”, Law and Social Development, No. 1, 1999

157. “Legal Analysis of Environmental Measures in International Economic Transactions”, Journal of Law, No. 5, 1998

158. “Case Law: From Concept to Practice”, China Lawyer, No. 4, 1998 (co-author)




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