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China’S Approach To International Disputere Solution Mechanisms

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Nationalism, as a political phenomenon, has led to the functioning of international boundaries. Chinese nationalism may mislead China into a wrong course during the settlement process. In any case, controlling nationalism and disconnecting nationalism from possible third party involvement are important and necessary for peaceful settlement of China's territorial and boundary disputes. China's adherence to negotiation may be very negative to settlement of at least some of its territorial and boundary disputes. Although the Chinese government still adheres to diplomatic methods to address its territorial and boundary disputes, China's recent practice suggests a tendency to change its general attitude to international courts and tribunals. Some tendencies in China are positive for a new framework for settlement of China's territorial and boundary disputes. In general, the new proposed framework is a three-phase process: two diplomatic and one judicial or quasi-judicial.

Keywords: China's territorial disputes; Chinese nationalism; diplomatic negotiation; international boundaries; international courts



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