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.
International Law in Japanese Perspective
Series Editors: Yuji Iwasawa and James Crawford
Kazuko Hirose Kawaguchi
Edited by Japanese Assoc. of International Law and Nisuke Ando
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