Dr. DING DUO
Ding Duo is Associate Research Fellow of National Institute for South China Sea Studies, Deputy Director of Research Center for Oceans Law and Policy. His research interests include general theory of public international law, international law of the sea, and dispute settlement mechanism. Ding obtained his Master and PhD in Law both in Yonsei University, Korea. His recent research achievement includes Introduction to Basic Theories of International Law, Hainan Publishing House, 2019; “Analysis on the Legal Status of Traditional Fishing Rights in the International Law of the Sea”, (2019) 01 Chinese Review of International Law; “Nature Prolongation Principle in the Outer Limits of the Continental Shelf beyond 200 Nautical Miles”, (2018) 01 Chinese Review of International Law; “Analysis on the boundaries between Treaty Interpretation and Judicial Law-making in International Law”, (2018) 02 The South China Sea Review; “Analysis on the Annotation of the South China Sea Islands in Some Maps Issued in Japan and South Korea,” (2018) 02 Journal of Boundary and Ocean Studies; “The Limits and Structure of Contemporary International Disarmament Law”, (2017) 07 Legality Vision; “Evidentiary Effect of Maps in the Disputes Concerning Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Delimitation”, (2016) 05 Chinese Review of International Law.