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This bibliography section of the book International Law as World Order in Late Imperial China: Translation, Reception and Discourse, 1847-1911 contains a list of authors and their books that are relevant to the discussion on the introduction and reception of international law as a Western political and legal science in China. The book analyses the political, institutional, intellectual and linguistic challenges of adapting the theories of international law to the Chinese context language and discusses the discourse on China and world order.

Keywords: international law; late imperial China; world order

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