Ms Ziyan Wang, one of the editors of the Wuhan University International Law Review(WUILR), presented the latest issue of this important international law journal to Ingrid Kost of the Peace Palace Library
Wuhan University International Law Review is one of the most frequently cited international and comparative law reviews in China. It publishes innovative and challenging articles, casenotes, commentaries and book reviews, in Chinese or English, on a variety of international law topics focused on public and private international, international economic law as well as comparative law that are of particular interest to the international legal community.
WUILR is established by the Wuhan University International Law Institute, which is the only inter-university institute for international law recognized as a major college-affiliated research base on arts and social sciences by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.
The Editorial Board of WUILR sincerely invites the contribution of overseas experts, scholars and colleagues. The guideline to authors is available on the website: www.whuilr.org.
The Library now has a complete set of this journal and is in the process of cataloging the articles (in Chinese, with an English summary). Ziyan Wang is a participant of the Hague Academy of International Law and is investigating possibilities for a cooperation between the Wuhan University International Law Institute and the Peace Palace Library. The Library has a large collection of publications regarding China from the 17th till the 21st century.