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The soft power of Chinese law

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Previous major capital-exporting nations have attained hegemony through a combination of coercion, currency, and contracts. In particular, the United Kingdom and the United States developed globe-spanning navies and modern militaries, their denominations are amongst the strongest in the world with the US dollar serving as global world currency, and common law has become standard as the choice of law in international contracts. China marks an exception. The People’s Republic of China (P...

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
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0000-0002-0422-3338
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European Commission
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803763
Publisher:
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Association, Inc.
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Publication date:
2023-02-16
Acceptance date:
2022-05-24
EISSN:
2159-1814
ISSN:
0010-1931
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English
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1260669
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pubs:1260669
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2022-05-24

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