• Nº 01

    Nº 01

    1º semestre de 2002

     

    Índice

     

    Jin Guo Ping

    Daxiyanggo – O Reino do Grande Mar do Ocidente

     

    Surjit Mansingh

    India’s Role in the International Community

     

    Sunil Khilnani

    An experimental life: Mahatma Gandhi’s «autobiography» today

     

    Michael Yahuda

    The Degree of China’s Integration into International Society

     

    Yin Bao-Yun

    The Role and Development of Democratic Elites in the PRC

     

    Markus Taube

    The Development of Economic Relations between China and the Various States of Europe since 1978

     

    Heitor Romana

    A RPC na Cena Internacional: o Contexto da Ásia Pacífico

     

    Moisés Silva Fernandes

    A iniciativa Gorada de Franco Nogueira para o Estabelecimento de Relações Diplomáticas entre Portugal e a China Continental em 1964

     

    António Vasconcelos de Saldanha

    Perspectivas Jurídicas e Políticas do Estudo da Questão de Timor

     

    Paula Escarameia

    Aspectos Jurídicos do Envolvimento da ONU no caso de Timor

     

    João Manuel da Silva Miguel

    A Jurisdição Portuguesa perante os Crimes dos Indonésios

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