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Public International Law
Su Jinyuan
发表时间:2017-11-10 阅读次数:3742次



PhD, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2011

2009-2010 Visiting Fellow at Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Cambridge University

2008-2009 Visiting Student at Faculty of Law, King’s College of Law

Master of Arts, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2007

Bachelor of Arts, Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2004



2019-      Professor, Wuhan University School of Law

2011-2019  Lecturer, Associate Professor, Professor, Xi’an Jiaotong University School of Law

2014-2015  Erin J.C. Arsenault Post-doctoral Research Fellow


Research Interest

Outer Space Law, Law of the Sea, International Aviation Law


Main Publications

1.  Jinyuan Su, Legality of Unilateral Exploitation of Space Resources under International Law, 66 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 991-1008 (2017).

2.  Jinyuan Su, Space Arms Control: Lex Lata and Currently Active Proposals, 7 Asian Journal of International Law 61-93 (2017).

3.  Jinyuan Su, Active Debris Removal: Potential Legal Barriers and Possible Ways Forward, 9 Journal of East Asia and International Law 403-426 (2016).

4.  Jinyuan Su, The East China Sea Air Defence Identification Zone and International Law, 14 Chinese Journal of International Law 271-303 (2015).

5.  Jinyuan Su, The Delimitation between Airspace and Outer Space and the Emergence of Aerospace Objects, 78 Journal of Air Law and Commerce 355-378 (2013).

6.  Jinyuan Su, The Environmental Dimension of Space Arms Control, 29 Space Policy 58-66 (2013).

7.  Jinyuan Su, The Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) and Interdiction at Sea: A Chinese Perspective, 43 Ocean Development and International Law 96-118 (2012).

8.  Jinyuan Su, Towards an Effective and Adequately Verifiable PPWT, 26 Space Policy 152-162 (2010).

9.  Jinyuan Su, The “Peaceful Purposes” Principle in Outer Space and the Russia-China PPWT Proposal, 26 Space Policy 81-90 (2010).

10.              Jinyuan Su, Use of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes: Non-Militarization, Non-Aggression and Prevention of Weaponization, 36 Journal of Space Law 253-272 (2010).