The China International Commercial Court is a permanent adjudication organ established in 2018 by the Supreme People’s Court of China to adjudicate international commercial cases. Court’s objective is to try international commercial cases fairly and timely in accordance with the law, protect the lawful rights and interests of the Chinese and foreign parties equally, and create a stable, fair, transparent, and convenient rule of law international business environment.
Lecture: The 1911 Revolution and the Polemical Foundation of the Chinese Republican Constitutional Order: A Case, and A Path
The 1911 Revolution and the Polemical Foundation of the Chinese Republican Constitutional Order: A Case, and A Path
Why China’s constitutional development in the 20th century took a path so different from most western countries? A close reading of the constitutional moment in 1911-1912 may shed light on this question. In the early Republican period, China has experimented with various constitutional models but failed to achieve political integration. This failure is the key to understand China’s turn to Communist Revolution in the 1920s.