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[Although international law should be regarded as a public good for the whole world, it bears the characteristics of national culture from the very beginning.]
[Although international law is a common instrument of the whole world, it always has the characteristics of national culture. The dialectical evolution of international law shows that not only the theory of international law with national characteristics is possible and necessary, but also that...
[The conception of international law is a psychological mapping of the mutual construction of the structure of international relations and the state of actors in international relations. It is the result of the combined effects of the international political structure, the international law...
[The five principles of peaceful coexistence initiated by China, along with India and Myanmar, were accepted as a part of international law since 1954.]
[For China, the “five principles of peaceful coexistence” initiated in 1953 and jointly advocated by China along with India and Myanmar in 1954, was successively embodied the Bandung spirit of seeking common ground while reserving differences in 1955 when it participated in the Asia-Africa...
[The Chinese conception of international law is part of the Chinese theory of international law and an aspect of the theory of the rule of law with Chinese characteristics.]
[As a topic of increasing concern in the academics of international law, the rule of constitution in international relations encompasses various aspects.]
[Although the role played by developing countries is becoming more and more obvious, the existence and development of non-Western international law theory is still in its infancy.]
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