The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence is the cornerstone of diplomatic policy adopted by the People's Republic of China. Chinese scholars of international law have conducted plenty of research on the third principle, such as the non-interference in each other's internal affairs.
However, it is necessary to do further research on this principle related to Article 2.7 of the United Nations Charter and the Responsibility to Protection.
Deakin Law School is delighted to have Professor Zhang Naigen, Director, Center for International Law, Fudan University discuss general theories and practices of international law. Professor Naigen will also focus on application of this principle in contemporary international relations with consideration of the new development of international law.
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