China and international law: Two tales of an encounter
Leiden Journal of International Law
GB : Cambridge University Press
en ligne - p.
China, critical history, history of international law, narrativization
This article examines how the encounter between China and international law is narrated in the English-speaking and Chinese literature and sheds light on the politics thereof. It particularly shows that the English-speaking and Chinese-speaking literature diverge as to the order of meaning in which the encounter between China and international law is registered. It demonstrates that the divergences between these bodies of literature are everything but innocent.