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Open Access Establishment and Development of the Post-war New International Civil and Commercial Order*

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Establishment and Development of the Post-war New International Civil and Commercial Order*

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Supported by new rules of private international law, a new international civil and commercial order has taken shape, comprising international civil and commercial jurisdiction rules, conflict-of-law rules, international civil and commercial judicial assistance rules and disputes resolution mechanism. Different from the international economic order, the new international civil and commercial order stands side by side and complements the new international economic order, as well as the new international political order. As the international civil and commercial order continues developing in an open, inclusive, multilateral, and flexible way, it will play a more important role in safeguarding international security and prosperity, and promoting common interests of humankind. In this context, safeguarding, improving, and actively promoting the international civil and commercial order is of vital significance for China’s peaceful rise and the realization of China’s dream of great rejuvenation.

Affiliations: 1: China University of Political Science and LawBeijingChina Society of Private International LawChina Law SocietyChinese Society of International Lawhuangjin@cupl.edu.cn

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Supported by new rules of private international law, a new international civil and commercial order has taken shape, comprising international civil and commercial jurisdiction rules, conflict-of-law rules, international civil and commercial judicial assistance rules and disputes resolution mechanism. Different from the international economic order, the new international civil and commercial order stands side by side and complements the new international economic order, as well as the new international political order. As the international civil and commercial order continues developing in an open, inclusive, multilateral, and flexible way, it will play a more important role in safeguarding international security and prosperity, and promoting common interests of humankind. In this context, safeguarding, improving, and actively promoting the international civil and commercial order is of vital significance for China’s peaceful rise and the realization of China’s dream of great rejuvenation.

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2015-07-22
2017-11-25

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