Chinese Journal of International Law
Co-Editor-in-chief, Chinese Journal of International Law (Volume 1, No. 1, 2002).
Editor-in-chief of the Chinese Yearbook of International Law;
Member of l’Institut de Droit International and other international and national learned societies.
Former Judge, Appeals Chamber,
International Criminal Tribunal (ICT) for the Former
Former Professor of International Law and
Director of the International Law Institute,
Member, Chinese People’s Congress Committee on the Drafting of the Basic Law of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong;
Former Legal Advisor to the Chinese Delegation to the United Nations and to various conferences such as the Law of the Sea Conference;
Former Lecturer, The Hague Academy of International Law.
Author of numerous books and articles including:
Guojifa Yinlun (Peking University Press, 1998);
International law in
The Third World and International Law,
Editor of numerous books including:
Co-editor (with Sienho Yee), International Law in the Post-Cold War World: Essays in Memory of Li Haopei (2001).
The following collections of essays have been published in honor of Professor WANG Tieya:
Ronald St. J. Macdonald (ed.), Essays in honour of Wang Tieya (Nijhoff, 1994), VIII; 964 pp.
Ronald St. J. Macdonald (ed.), Professor Wang Tieya: Our Dear Friend and Colleague, in: 4 Journal of the History of International Law (2002), 139-246 (http://ipsapp008.lwwonline.com/content/getfile/4849/5/16/fulltext.pdf)
Passed away on January 12, 2003.