Regulatory Challenges Arising from Sovereign Wealth Funds and National Security: Exacerbate Great Power Competition between China and the United States?

Charles Ho Wang Mak* and I-Ju Chen** China is now a major player in some of the United States’ (US) most important sectors. China’s impact can be found through the acquisition by some of its most influential companies, which are later acquired by the sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) of China. US’ companies, for example, Apple… Read More Regulatory Challenges Arising from Sovereign Wealth Funds and National Security: Exacerbate Great Power Competition between China and the United States?

Book Launch: The BRICS-Lawyers’ Guide to Global Cooperation

Cambridge University Press has just published a new collective volume regarding the BRICS legal arena, suggestively entitled “The BRICS-Lawyers’ Guide to Global Cooperation”. Its editors are: Rostam J. Neuwirth (University of Macau), Alexandr Svetlicinii (University of Macau) and Denis De Castro Halis (University of Macau). In the international trade and development arena, new and developing… Read More Book Launch: The BRICS-Lawyers’ Guide to Global Cooperation

Across the Strait: The Case for a Special EU-Taiwan Trade and Investment Partnership

  by Horia Ciurtin LL.M., Managing Editor of the EFILA Blog* Not Just a Bridgehead: Mercantile Reflections on EU’s Taiwan Position  At the crossroads of global trade, Taiwan represents a hot spot that unites the flows of goods and capital from near mainland China, from the South-East Asian cauldron, as well as a bridgehead for Western transoceanic… Read More Across the Strait: The Case for a Special EU-Taiwan Trade and Investment Partnership