Reviews briefly the origins of the blocked assets-claims problem and discusses the authority for the original blocking controls and later claims adjudication. Also examines in detail the operative provisions of the claims-assets agreement as an intergovernmental accord embodying the final settlement of the United States claims and affecting the overall context of Sino-American political and economical relations.
Charlene M. Levie,
The Blocked Chinese Assets– United States Claims Problem: The Lump-Sum Settlement Solution,
3 Fordham Int'l L.J. 51
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