||Foreword / Gianmaria Ajani – Foreword / H. E. the Minister Gian Luca Galletti – Foreword / Gabrielle Marceau – Foreword / H. E. the Minister Maurizio Martina – 1. Introduction and overview / Paolo Davide Farah – 2. The development of global justice and sustainable development principles in the WTO multilateral trading system through the lens of non-trade concerns: an appraisal on China's progress / Paolo Davide Farah – Part I : Public policy, international trade, and foreign direct investment: the role of states and non-state actors in economic globalization – 3. Economic globalization and social rights: the role of the International Labor Organization and the WTO / Claudio Di Turi – 4. Multinational corporations and corporate social responsibility in a Chinese context: an international law perspective / Angelica Bonfanti – 5. Rights interest litigation, socio-economic rights, and Chinese labor law reform / Leïla Choukroune – 6. Law, culture, and the politics of Chinese outward foreign investment / Valentina Sara Vadi – 7. Chinese investment in Africa: strengthening the balance sheet / Mark Klaver and Michael Trebilcock – Part II : Sustainable development, environmental protection, and climate change – 8. Soft, complex, and fragmented international climate change practice: what implications for international trade law? / Francesco Sindico and Julie Gibson – 9. The principle of common but differentiated responsibilities in the international regime of climate change / Imad Ibrahim, Thomas Deleuil, and Paolo Davide Farah –10. The Kyoto Protocol: carbon pricing and trade prospects: the clean development mechanism from the perspective of the developing countries / Marion Lemoine – 11. The role of domestic policies in fostering technology transfer: evidence from China / Elena Cima – 12. China's environmental legislation and its trend towards scientific development / Weidong He – 13. Research on the reform of the judicial relief system for environmental disputes in China / Luo Li – 14. The impact of the Kyoto Protocol and UNFCCC on Chinese law and the consequential reforms to fight climate change / Carla Peng – 15. The development of NGOs in China: a case study on their involvement with climate change / Zhixiong Huang – 16. A comparison between shale gas in China and unconventional fuel development in the United States: water, environmental protection and sustainable development / Paolo Davide Farah and Riccardo Tremolada – Part III : Fundamental rights and cultural diversity – 17. Understanding non-trade concerns through comparative Chinese and European philosophy law / Jean Yves Heurtebise – 18. The right to food in international law and WTO law: an appraisal / Flavia Zorzi Giustiniani – 19. The right to food in China: cultural foundation, present and future / Libiao Ning – 20. Projections of China's food security to 2030: obligations as an agricultural superpower / James R. Simpson – 21. China and the recognition and protection of the human right to water / Roberto Soprano – 22. China meets Hollywood at WTO: Janus' faces of freedom: standards of right and wrong between national and international moralities / Christophe Germann – 23. Cultural products and the WTO: China's domestic censorship and media control policies / Rogier Creemers – 24. Trade in audiovisuals: the case of China / Anselm Kamperman Sanders – 25. Rise and demise of US social media in China: a touchstone of WTO and BIT regulations / Danny Friedmann – 26. Can trade restrictions be justified by moral values? Revisiting the seals disputes through a law and economics analysis / Julien Chaisse and Xinjie Luan – Part IV : Public health, product and food safety, consumer protection – 27. Health protection measures as barriers to EU exports to China in the framework of the WTO Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures / Denise Prévost – 28. SPS, public health, and environmental provisions in East Asia RTAs: ASEAN and China / Lorenzo Di Masi – 29. Product safety in the framework of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade / Lukasz Gruszczynski, Tivadar Ötvös, and Paolo Davide Farah – 30. Non-trade concerns and consumer protection in China: surrounding issues / Piercarlo Rossi – 31. Legal protection of consumers in developing countries: an Asian perspective / A. Rajendra Prasad – 32. From remedy of damage to risk prevention: an analysis of the new legislative implications of the chapter on "product liability" in China's tort liability law from the perspective of consumer protection / Junhong Hu – 33. Tort liability for the compensation of damages caused by dangerous substances in China / Nadia Coggiola – 34. The protection of biotechnological innovation by patent in the United States, Europe, France, and China: a comparative study from the perspective of the TRIPS Agreement / Shujie Feng, Xin Shu, and Ningning Zhang – 35. Public health, intellectual property rights, and developing countries' access to medicines / Jayashree Watal – 36. The relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD): intellectual property and genetic resources, traditional knowledge, and folk protection from a Chinese perspective / Jianqiang Nie – 37. Grasping knowledge in emerging markets: is this the case of Western pharmaceutical companies in China? / Francesca Spigarelli and Andrea Filippetti.