Volume 27 of the Maryland Journal of International Law is now available to read and download for free in Digital Commons. This issue is a tribute to the Journal's founder, Professor Emeritus of Law Hungdah Chiu, who passed away last April.
Professor Chiu founded the East Asian Legal Studies Program at the School of Law in 1977, providing students with an opportunity for advanced independent research and extracurricular programs, as well as a forum for members of the legal community to present their findings and views relating to East Asian issues. The program’s publication, Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies (Formerly Occasional Papers/Reprints Series in Contemporary Asian Studies) has published 204 issues over past 30 years and is also in Digital Commons.
Professor Chiu wrote, edited and co-authored many books in English and in Chinese and more than 130 articles in the field of international and comparative law and Chinese studies, including People's China and International Law: A Documenatary Study (2 Volumes) (with Jerome A. Cohen, 1976); China and the Taiwan Issue (editor and contributor 1978); China: Seventy Years After the 1911 Hsin-hai Revolution (co-editor and contributor, 1984); The Future of Hong Kong (with Y. C. Jao and Y. L. Wu, 1987); The Draft Basic Law of Hong Kong: Analysis and Documents (1988); International Law of the Sea: Cases, Documents and Readings (with Gary Knight, 1991); and Modern International Law (in Chinese, 1995, two volumes).
Volume 27, Issue 1 (2012)
Jonathan J. Huber
Dreaming in Chinese: Accountable Development
Barbara L. Bezdek
Tribute in Memory of Dr. Hungdah Chiu
Memories of Professor Chiu
David S. Bogen
Notes & Comments
Iran, Democracy, and International Law