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Cross-National Comparative Study on Legal Education and Admission to Practice Between China, India and Pakistan

References 1. Abramson, K. (2006). Paradigms in the Cultivation of China's Future Legal Elite: A Case Study of Legal Education in Western China. APLPJ, 7, 302. 2. Aggarwal, A. P. (1959). Legal Education in India. J. Legal Educ., 12, 231. 3. Ahmad, T. (2009). Legal Education in Indian Perspective. 4. Arthurs, H. (2001). The world turned upside down: are changes in political economy and legal practice transforming legal education and scholarship, or vice versa? International Journal of the Legal

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One Belt, One Road Initiative and Its Geostrategic Significance for Eastern Europe

References [1] In mid-2016, a communiqué was released by the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau of the People's Republic of China and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences indicating that the English official name of the 一带一路 [yi dai yi lu] had been revised. Known until then as the One Belt One Road Initiative, it is now referred to as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). For further reference, please see Una Aleksandra BērziņaČerenkova, "BRI Instead of OBOR - China Edits the English Name of its Most Ambitious International Project

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Human Rights and Fishing: A Multidimensional Challenge

, Euan, and Nanlin Fang. “Oil spill off China coast now the size of Paris.” CNN (January 18, 2018) // . 15. Meyer-Ladewig, Jens, and Bertold Huber. “Artikel 2 Recht auf Leben”: 63–91. In: Jens Meyer-Ladewig, Martin Nettesheim, and Stefan von Raumer, eds. EMRK – Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention – Handkommentar . 4 th ed. 2017. 16. Org. for Econ. Coop’n. & Dev. (OECD). “What would make Global Skills Partnerships work in practice?” OECD Migration Policy Debates No

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Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics
The Journal of University of Wroclaw
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Baltic Journal of Law & Politics
A Journal of Vytautas Magnus University
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Central Asian Space Analyzed Through The Moscow – Beijing Axis


Russia and China are the biggest national actors of the world from a territorial and demographical point of view. Together, these two actors control The Eurasian space - China being the most populated country and Russia having the greatest geographical surface. The strategic partnership between these countries pursues objectives in various fields, such as: economy, security, industry, resources and military.

Due to the dynamics of world politics Russia and China were often put in the position to support each other; therefore an official relationship between China and Russia began as early as the 17th century. This relationship affects mostly the Central Asian space, but also powerful global and Asian regional actors.

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Intercultural Communication Barriers. China and the USA, The Difficulties of a Dialogue

] Thompson, William; Joseph Hickey (2005). Society in Focus. Boston, MA: Pearson. ISBN 978-0-205-41365-2. [8] Yue Li, Cultural Communication within American and Chinese Colleagues in Multinational Organizations , NY University College, Proceedings of the 68 NY State Communication Association, 2010 [9] Kuhn, Very sorry proves to be the key phrase, Los Angeles Times, 2001, p. A 14, [10]

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The Role of Human Rights NGO's: Human Rights Defenders or State Sovereignty Destroyers?

. "Nationalism, Sovereignty, and Supranational Organizations." Heft 114: 7-11 // (accessed April 24, 2011). Lum, Thomas, and Hannah Fischer. "Human Rights in China: Trends and Policy Implications." Congressional Research Service (January 2010): 29-31 // (accessed November 27, 2010). Mertus, Julie. "From Legal Transplants to

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