|aAsian discourses of rule of law :|btheories and implementation of rule of law in twelve Asian countries, France, and the U.S. /|cedited by Randall Peerenboom.
|axxiii, 479 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledgeCurzon law in Asia
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aVarieties of rule of law : an introduction and provisional conclusion -- Rule of law in the United States -- Rule of law in France -- Competing conceptions of rule of law in China -- Concepts of law in Vietnam : transforming statist socialism -- Rule of law within a nonliberal 'communitarian' democracy : the Singapore experience -- Competing conceptions of rule of law in Malaysia -- Debating rule of law in the Hong Kong special administrative region, 1997-2002 -- Indonesia : devaluing Asian values, rewriting rule of law -- Rule of law in India : theory and practice -- Rule of law and aspects of human rights in Thailand : from conceptualization to implementation? -- The Philippine "People Power" Constitution, rule of law, and the limits of liberal constitutionalism -- Rule of law in Korea : rhetoric and implementation -- The effects of rule of law principles in Taiwan -- Rule of law in Japan.
|aRule of law|zAsia.
|aRule of law|zFrance.
|aRule of law|zUnited States.
|aPeerenboom, R. P.|q(Randall P.),|d1958-
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip044/2003011949.html