The crime of aggression and Japan

Futamura, Madoka, "The crime of aggression and Japan" in The legality and legitimacy of the use of force in Northeast Asia ed. Howe, Brendan and Kondoch, Boris (Vienna: Brill Publishers, 2013), 213-232.

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  • Author Futamura, Madoka
    Book Editor Howe, Brendan
    Kondoch, Boris
    Chapter Title The crime of aggression and Japan
    Book Title The legality and legitimacy of the use of force in Northeast Asia
    Publication Date 2013
    Place of Publication Vienna
    Publisher Brill Publishers
    Start page 213
    End page 232
    Abstract In The Legality and Legitimacy of the Use of Force in Northeast Asia, Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch bring together distinguished authors with extensive Northeast Asian backgrounds to offer a diverse and comprehensive evaluation of when it is right, from regional perspectives, to use force in international relations.
    The use of force in international relations has been severely curtailed by pragmatic considerations of international order, and further constrained by positive international law. In Northeast Asia, the prohibition of aggression has remained uncontested. Strict adherence to non-intervention in Northeast Asia has, however, increasingly come under attack from internal and external normative communities. The contributors, therefore, use regional legal, normative, cultural, and historical insights to shed light on the contemporary positions of Northeast Asian political communities with regard to the use of force.
    Keyword East Asia
    Copyright Holder Brill Publishers
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789004249042
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