China’s Road to Participate in the International Rule-Making

Zhongtao ZHANG


Participating in the international rule-making, for a large developing country such as China, is an inevitable requirement of economic globalization and regional economic integration, an indispensable way to be involved in international affairs, a necessary policy of protecting our national interests. Participating in the international rule-making, China need properly handle the ten major relationships: Participation and compliance, uniting with them and developing ourselves, practice and research, doing things and choosing personnel, going on foot fast and grabbing the handle tightly, comprehensiveness and key, traditional issues and new issues, cooperation in legislation, law-enforcement and judicature, domestic laws and international laws, standing on the current and looking at the distance.


Rule-making; Cooperation; National interests; Peace and development

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