Chiu, Hungdah

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CHIU, Hungdah

CHIU, Hungdah. Chinese/Taiwanese, b. 1936. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Law. Career: Professor of Law, University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore, since 1977 (Associate Professor, 1974-77). Ed.-in-chief, Chinese Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, vols. 1-13, 1981-96. Associate Professor of International Law, National Taiwan University, 1965-66; Research Associate in Law, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1966-70, and 1972-74; Professor of Law, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, 1970-72. Publications: The Capacity of International Organization to Conclude Treaties, 1966; A Calendar, 1968; The People's Republic of China and the Law of Treaties, 1972; (with J.A. Cohen) People's China and International Law: A Documentary Study, 2 vols., 1974; Agreements of the People's Republic of China: A Calendar of Events, 1966-80, 1981; (with S. Leng) Criminal Justice in Post-Mao China, 1985; Hsien-tai Kur-chi-fa (Modern International Law) (in Chinese), 1995; (with G. Knight) International Law of the Sea: Cases, Documents and Readings, 1991; Hsien-tai-Kuo-Chi-fa Tsan-k'ao Wen-chien (Reference Documents of Modern International Law), 1996. EDITOR: (with D.M. Johnston) Agreements of the People's Republic of China, 1949-1967; (and contrib. with S. Leng) Law in Chinese Foreign Policy, 1972; (and contrib.) China and the Question of Taiwan: Documents and Analysis, 1973; (with D. Simon) Legal Aspects of U.S.-Republic of China Trade and Investment, 1977; Normalizing Relations with the People's Republic of China: Problems, Analysis and Documents, 1978; (and contrib.) China and the Taiwan Issue, 1979; (with K. Murphy) The Chinese Connection and Normalization, 1980; (with R. Downen) Multi-System Nations and International Law, 1981; (and contrib. with S. Leng) China, 70 Years After the 1911 Hsin-hai Revolution, 1984; (co-) The Future of Hong Kong: Toward 1997 and Beyond, 1987; (and contrib.) The Draft Basic Law of Hong Kong: Analysis and Documents, 1988. Address: University of Maryland School of Law, 500 West Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201, U.S.A.