Associate Professor of Public International Law, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Visiting Resident, Paul Tsai China Law Center, Yale Law School
Executive Director, Center for the Law of the Sea Study, Tsinghua Law School
Monday, February 26, 2018
Furman Hall Room 318
245 Sullivan Street
New York, NY 10012
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Xinjun Zhang is an Associate Professor of Public International Law at Tsinghua University, Beijing. Currently, he is visiting Yale Law School at Paul Tsai China Law Center (in residence, Spring 2018). His research interests include the Law of the Sea, International Environmental Law, Non-proliferation Law and the Law of Treaties. Publication includes: “The Latest Developments of the US Freedom of Navigation Programs in the South China Sea: Deregulation or Re-balance?” (2016), “Jurisdictional Objection to the Philippines’ Submissions regarding Nine-dash Line：Exclusion of the Dispute concerning Sources of Maritime Entitlements under UNCLOS Article 298.1（a）（i）”(2016 Chinese), “Diaoyu/Senkaku Dilemma: to Be or not to Be” (2014), “The ITLOS Judgment in the Bay of Bengal Case between Bangladesh and Myanmar” (2013), “Intentional Ambiguity and the Rule of Interpretation in Auto-interpretation: the case of “inalienable right” in NPT Article IV“ (2009). He is the Executive Director of the Center for the Law of the Sea Study in Tsinghua Law School.