In Quest of Intercivilizational Human Rights: "Universal" vs. "Relative" Human Rights Viewed from an Asian Perspective

in Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law
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Abstract

Professor Onuma Yasuaki is one of Japan's leading experts on human rights. He is a Professor of International Law at the University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Law and Politics and has been visiting professor and scholar at several universities including Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, Princeton University, the University of Edinburgh, and the Max Planck Institute für auslandisches und internationales Strafrecht. Professor Yasuaki has been widely published in English and Japanese dealing with international law. His article was initially prepared as an Occasional Paper of The Asia Foundation and is published with the Foundation's permission.

In Quest of Intercivilizational Human Rights: "Universal" vs. "Relative" Human Rights Viewed from an Asian Perspective

in Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law

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