Title: The modern international law history in the East Asia
|Date:||July 30, 1999|
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If you define international law as rules among states, you can say there was international legal system at that time. But if you define international law as modern form which is based on treaty of Westphalia assuming equality and sovereignty, then you can not say there was international legal system, only can say there were some international law's rules...
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Acceptance of modern international law
1. Qing Dynasty
(1) Foreign Relations: Dutch, Britain, Russia
Qing Dynasty had activity of trade with western countries. From 1662 to 1690 Dutch tried to make official contact with Qing dynasty in order to secure diplomatic immunity of envoys. Dutch had a negotiation referring to the "law of all nations" of "custom of all princes...
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