Modern International Law and Sino-France War at Majiang
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晚清中法马江战役期间,法国和中国对近代国际法持有大相径庭的态度。深谙公法的法国屡屡干犯国际法,公然蔑视公法的道义与权威。与此同时,清朝却诚实而谨慎地应用国际法处理国际关系,努力恪守国际法外交、战时条例。近代国际法在马江战役期间中法双方的不同应用和对待,彰显了国际法背后的强权殖民行为和它对弱国极其有限的维权作用。During the Sino-France War at Majiang in late Qing Dynasty, the attitudes toward modern international law were totally different between China and France. France, the country that deeply knew international law, violated it time and again, openly defied its morality and justice and its authority. Meanwhile, the Qing Dynasty honestly and cautiously applied international law to deal with international relations, tried hard to abide by foreign affairs and war-time conventions. During the Sino-France War at Majiang, both sides of China and France applied and treated the modern international law differently, which showed that there was mighty colonial action behind the international law, and that the international law’s function of maintaining weak countries’ rights was quite limited.