Law and Governance in Contemporary China (1990s-Now) | Summer / Short course | Law | On Campus | 14 days | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | Netherlands
EU-China interdependent relations have evolved in recent decades. To decision makers and opinion leaders across the EU States, “engaging and cooperating with China is both an opportunity and necessity.” Yet, there lacks a consensus as to what a sound ‘China Strategy’ would be. In that light, we welcome students who are motivated to explore legal and governance issues in today’s China throughout the course, which will consist of opposing theories and disputing cases.
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