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A Chinese Solution?: Development without Democracy and the Turn to Law, in the P.R.C., in DEVELOPMENT AND DEMOCRACY: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON AN OLD DEBATE 252 (Sunder Ramaswamy & Jeffrey W. Cason eds., University Press of New England 2003).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

A Common Law-like Civil Law and a Public Face for Private Law: China’s Tort Law in Comparative Perspective, in TOWARDS A CHINESE CIVIL CODE: COMPARATIVE AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES (Martinus Nijhoff 2012).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

After the Gold Rush: The Beijing Olympics and China’s Evolving International Roles, 52:3 ORBIS 179 (2009).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Atypical Pneumonia and Ambivalent Law and Politics: SARS and the Response to SARS in China, 77 TEMP. L. REV. 193 (2004).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

China's Approach to International Law: A Historical Perspective, 94 AM. SOC'Y INT'L L. PROC. 267 (2000).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Development without Democratization? China, Law and the East Asian Model, in DEMOCRATIZATIONS: COMPARISONS, CONFRONTATIONS AND CONTRASTS 197 (Jose V. Ciprut, ed. 2009).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Eroding the “One China” Policy: A Tripartite Legal-Political Strategy for Taiwan, in RESHAPING THE TAIWAN STRAIT (John Tkacik ed., 2007).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Exceptional Powers in an Exceptional State: Emergency Powers Law in China, in EMERGENCY POWERS LAW IN ASIA 342 (Victor V. Ramraj and Arun K. Thiruvengadam, eds. 2010).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Foreign Policy and Constitutional Change in China, ORBIS (2007) (with Cheng Li).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Free Trade Areas in East Asia: Legal and Economic Liberalism and the Interest-Based Politics of U.S., PRC and Taiwan Participation, in FREE TRADE AND EAST ASIA (Jacques deLisle, ed., Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2007).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Human Rights, Civil Wrongs and Foreign Relations: A 'Sinical' Look at the Use of U.S. Litigation to Address Human Rights Abuses Abroad, 52 DEPAUL L. REV. 473 (2003).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

International Contexts and Domestic Pushback, in DEMOCRATIZATION IN GREATER CHINA 185 (Larry Diamond & Bruce Gilley eds., 2008).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Law and China's Development Model, in IN SEARCH OF CHINA'S DEVELOPMENT MODEL: BEYOND THE BEIJING CONSENSUS (Philip Hsu, Yu-shan Wu and Suisheng Zhao, eds. 2011).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Legalization without Democratization in China under Hu Jintao, in CHINA'S CHANGING POLITICAL LANDSCAPE PROSPECTS FOR DEMOCRACY 185 (Cheng Li, ed., 2008).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Legalization without Democratization in China under Hu Jintao, in CHINA’S CHANGING POLITICAL LANDSCAPE 185 (Cheng Li ed., 2008).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Legislating the Cross-Strait Status Quo?: China’s Anti-Secession Law, Taiwan’s Constitutional Reform, and the United States’ Taiwan Relations Act, in ECONOMIC INTEGRATION, DEMOCRATIZATION AND NATIONAL SECURITY IN EAST ASIA: SHIFTING PARADIGMS IN US, CHINA AND TAIWAN RELATIONS (Peter C. Y. Chow ed., Edward Elgar Publishing 2007).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

SARS and the Pathologies of Globalization and Transition in Greater China, vol. 47, no. 4 ORBIS 587 (2003).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Security First?: Lessons from the Roles of Law in Addressing Crises(?) in China, 4 J. NAT. SECURITY L. & POL'Y 397 (2010).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Soft Power in a Hard Place: China, Taiwan, Cross-Strait Competition and U.S. Policy, 54 ORBIS 493 (2010).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

The China-Taiwan Relationship: Law's Spectral Answers to the Cross-Strait Sovereignty Question, vol 46, no. 4 ORBIS 733 (Fall 2002).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

The Chinese Puzzle of Taiwan's Status, vol. 44, no. 1 ORBIS 35 (2000).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

The Common Law of Causation in Tort and Questions of Policy and Institutions in the Development of Chinese Tort Law, LEGAL MATERIALS J. (in Chinese) (2004).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

The Other China Trade Deficit: Export Safety Problems and Responses, in IMPORT SAFETY: REGULATORY GOVERNANCE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 22 (Cary Coglianese, David Zaring, and Adam Finkel, eds. 2009).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

The Roles of Law in the War on Terrorism, vol. 46, no. 2, ORBIS 301 (2002).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Traps, Gaps and Law in China’s Transition, in IS CHINA TRAPPED IN TRANSITION? IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE REFORMS (Oxford Foundation for Law, Justice and Society, 2007).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Troubled Waters: China's Claims and the South China Sea, 56 ORBIS 608 (2012).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

Vicious Cycles and Virtuous Circles: International Contexts, Taiwanese Democracy and Cross-Strait Relations, in CROSS-STRAIT AT THE TURNING POINT 373 (I Yuan, ed. 2009).
Author:  Jacques deLisle

“One World, Different Dreams”: The Contest to Define the Beijing Olympics, in OWNING THE OLYMPICS 17 (Monroe Price & Daniel Dayan eds., 2008).
Author:  Jacques deLisle