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ZHANG Binxin

ZHANG Binxin is Assistant Professor at Xiamen University Law School. She has previously worked as post-doctoral research fellow at Xiamen Law School, focusing on reparations for victims in international criminal proceedings; as Legal Officer in the International Committee of the Red Cross Regional Delegation for East Asia; and as a trial monitor of the Asia International Justice Initiative Trial Monitoring group, monitoring the Duch case before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. She has interned at the International Criminal Court. She holds a Ph.D. in international law from Renmin University of China. Her main research interest is international criminal law and procedure. She has co-authored a book on war crimes and published several articles and book chapters on issues related to international criminal procedure. She is the first PKU-CILRAP Research Fellow.

Some publications of ZHANG Binxin:

Criminal Justice for World War II Atrocities in China”, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, FICHL Policy Brief Series No. 29 (2014), Brussels, 2014, ISBN 978-82-93081-36-4.

Arms and the Responsibility to Protect”, Safer World Report, November 2013 (co-authored with Anna Stavrianakis and LENG Xinyu).

“The Application of BITs in Situations of Armed Conflict”, in Journal of International Economic Law, 2013, vol. 20, no. 1.

“Victim Participation System in the ECCC”, in International Humanitarian Law and China: Dissemination, Practice and Development, People’s Publishing House, 2012.

“The Necessity of War Crimes Legislation in China”, in International Law Review, vol. 7, Fangzheng Publishing, 2011.

Expectation of Prosecuting the Crimes of Genocide in China”, in Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice,Springer, 2011 (co-authored with ZHU Wenqi).

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