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Chinese-European Co-operation in Developing the International Legal Order

2017 LI Haopei Lecture
Beijing, 19 May 2017

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The 2017 LI Haopei Lecture was given by Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut at Peking University Law School on 19 May 2017 on the topic ‘Chinese-European Co-operation in Developing the International Legal Order’. The Lecture was co-organised by the Law School and CILRAP, chaired by Professor BAI Guimei and Associate Professor CHENG Yifeng. There is an AV-recording of the Lecture, and abridged versions have been published in Chinese and English.

In the Lecture, Judge Perrin de Brichambaut argued that both the European Union and China are heavily dependent for their prosperity on continued successful globalization and therefore on the proper functioning of international law and organizations. Chinese and European producers, exporters, traders, investors and lawyers have much to gain from encouraging a more balanced system of creating and protecting norms. That will involve greater public oversight by national and regional institutions, making use of well-negotiated conventions. There is plenty of scope for complementarity and co-operation between China and Europe also on the legal dimensions of peace and security, making the United Nations work to its full potential, and in developing further the legal tools and the institutions that are needed to manage global commons (in connection with the environment, migrations, pandemics, and the development of Africa).

Judge Perrin de Brichambaut is a Judge at the International Criminal Court. He was previously the Secretary-General of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), and the Legal Adviser to the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He graduated from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud and Ecole Nationale d’Administration.

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