International Law in Japanese Perspective

Yuji Iwasawa
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This series provides expert insights into all aspects of international law from a Japanese perspective. Its main aim is to publish important works of scholarship on international law written in English by Japanese authors and to contribute to the international debate on legal issues affecting the world community from the Japanese perspective. The series also includes important works relating to international law and Japan by non-Japanese authors. Practitioners and academics, political actors and international lawyers alike will benefit from these studies.
Domestic Application of International Law
Focusing on Direct Applicability
Volume 15
Origins of the Right of Self-Defence in International Law
From the Caroline Incident to the United Nations Charter
Volume 12
The Law of Occupation
Continuity and Change of International Humanitarian Law, and its Interaction with International Human Rights Law
Volume 11
A Social Theory of International Law
International Relations as a Complex System
Volume 10
Forging a Singaporean Statehood: 1965-1995
The Contribution of Japan
Volume 9
The Changing Postwar International Legal Regime
The Role Played by Japan
Volume 8
Japan and International Law, Past, Present and Future
International Symposium to Mark the Centennial of the Japanese Association of International Law
Volume 5
Editor(s): Nisuke Ando
Evolving Constitutions of International Organizations
A Critical Analysis of the Interpretative Framework of the Constituent Instruments of International Organizations
Volume 3
Editors: Yuji Iwasawa
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