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  • Matthieu Burnay, Li Bin, Marina Timoteo (eds), EU-China Strategic Partnership and the Law: Shaping the Future of the International Legal Order, Routledge (under contract).
  • Julien Chaisse and Matthieu Burnay (eds), ‘Special Issue on CAI’s Contribution to International Investment Law: European, Chinese, and Global Perspectives’, Journal of World Investment & Trade, Forthcoming 2022.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Wim Muller (eds.), Special Issue on ‘China and Global Governance: Between the International Rule of Law and the International Rule of Power?’, The Hague Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 31 (2018), 2021.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Julien Chaisse (eds), Special Issue on ‘China and the Global Commons’, International Community Law Review, Vol. 22, 2020.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Florian Couveinhes-Matsumoto, ‘Hong Kong from an International Law Perspective’, 63 German Yearbook of International Law, 2022, forthcoming.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Eva Pils, ‘The Implications of China’s Rise for Cosmopolitan Academic Citizenship‘, Special Issue on Academic Freedom and Internationalisation, International Journal of Human Rights, Published Online, 2022.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Eva Pils, ‘Human Rights, China and the UN: A UPR Mid-term Assessment’, 2 Amicus Curiae 244, 2021.
  • Matthieu Burnay, ‘La Chine et la Résolution Internationale des Conflits: L’Etat de Droit en Droit International à l’Epreuve de l’Autoritarisme ?’, Annuaire Français des Relations Internationales, Vol. XXII, 2021, pp. 407-15.
  • Matthieu Burnay, ‘China and Global Governance: Towards a Low-Cost Global Legal Order?', The Hague Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 31 (2018), 2021, pp. 15-42.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Wim Muller, ‘China, Law and Global Governance: Power through Rules or Rule Through Power?’, The Hague Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 31 (2018), 2021, pp. 9-14.
  • Matthieu Burnay, ‘Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Era: Transnational Implications of China’s Surveillance State’ in Valsamis Mitsilegas and Niovi Vavoula (eds), Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Era: Challenges for Transatlantic Cooperation and European Criminal Law, Hart Publishing, 2021, pp. 197-216.
  • Matthieu Burnay, ‘China and the Global Commons: Selective Contributions and Contestation’, 22 International Community Law Review 639, 2020.
  • Matthieu Burnay and Eva Pils, ‘Weaponizing Citizenship in China: Domestic Exclusion and Transnational Expansion’, State Crime, Vol. 9, Issue 2, 2020.
  • Matthieu Burnay, ‘Human Rights in Times of Crisis: EU-China Relations at a Glance’, Synergy Magazine, n. 68, 2020.
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