Journal Article

State Reputation and Compliance with International Law: Looking through a Chinese Lens

Roda Mushkat

in Chinese Journal of International Law

Volume 10, issue 4, pages 703-737
Published in print December 2011 | ISSN: 1540-1650
Published online September 2011 | e-ISSN: 1746-9937 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/chinesejil/jmr038
State Reputation and Compliance with International Law: Looking through a Chinese Lens

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There is no single credible explanation for the diverse patterns of rule conformity observed in the global arena. The subject has been approached from multiple perspectives, some inspired by positivist/scientific paradigms of the rationalist type. Among the latter, attempts to systematically account for the effect of reputational capital have been particularly cogent, incisively expressed and empirically well-supported. Nevertheless, the body of knowledge that has been built up is not devoid of theoretical and methodological gaps, a feature brought into focus by examining relevant developments in the seldom addressed by Western legal scholars, but highly pertinent, China context.

Journal Article.  15187 words. 

Subjects: International Law

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