JYIL Volume No.
Special Feature in Issue

Volume 58 (2015)

— "Criminalization" of International Law: Impacts of International Criminal Justice on Other Fields of International Law

Party Autonomy in Contemporary Private International Law

ICJ Judgment on Whaling in the Antarctic: Its Significance and Implications


Volume 57 (2014)

— The Hague Child Abduction Convention

The Role of Prominent Jurist in Japan's Engagement with International Law, 1853-1945: Part Two

Redefining the Theoretical Grounds for the Collaboration between Public Law and Private Law in the Era of Globalization


Volume 56 (2013)

— The Role of Prominent Jurists in Japan's Engagement with International Law, 1853-1945

Histrorical Perspective of Japanese Private International Law

The Great East Japan Earthquake and International Law


Volume 55 (2012)

Recent Trends and Challenges of the ICJ Jurisprudence

— New Japanese Rules on International Jurisdiction: Part Two

Japanese Court Cases Involving East Asian Citizens and Corporations: Part One


Volume 54 (2011)

— The Contribution of International Environmental Law to International Law: Past Achievements and Future Expectation

— New Japanese Rule on International Jurisdiction: Part One


Volume 53 (2010)

International Economic Law and the Governance of Global Economy

— International Law and Combating Piracy

State Immunity: U.N. Convention and New Act of Japan

“Transparancy of Japanese Laws” Project

Volume 52 (2009)

Challenges to Arms Control Regime

Volume 51 (2008)





The Law of the Sea: Enduring Principles

Contemporary Challenges & Divergence and Unification of Choice of Law Rules From a Global Perspective

Accession of Japan to the International Criminal Court

 

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Request for Right Holders' Information.

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— Maurice Bourquin, "A la recherche d'une dipliomatie collective," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 4 (1960), pp. 1-15.

— Junji Enomoto, "Japan and the Geneva Conventions of 1949," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 5 (1961), pp. 15-24.

— Leo Gross, "International Law and Peace," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 11 (1967), pp. 1-14.

— Bunshichi Hoshi, "Japanese Diplomacy and the United Nations," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 10 (1966), pp. 1-8.

— Wilfred Jenks, "Freedom under Law in the World Community," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 9 (1965), pp. 1-9.

— Wilfred Jenks, "Ideal and idealism in International Law," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 16 (1972), pp. 1-6.

— Koto Matsudaira, "Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes and the People's Republic of China," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 15 (1971), pp. 38-69.

— Seiya Nishida, "Japan's Activities in the United Nation in 1959," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 4 (1960), pp. 79-90.

— K.E. Shaw, "Judicial Status of the Malacca Straits in International Law," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 14 (1970), pp. 34-47.

— Kotaro Tanaka, "The Character of World Law in the International Court of Justice," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 15 (1971), pp. 1-22.

— Nicolas Valticos, "International Organizations and International Law," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 29 (1986), pp. 1-9.

— Alfred Verdross, "Das völkerrechtliche Gewohnheitsrecht," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 7 (1963), pp. 1-7.

— Yasuo Yamashita, "Title Claim to Japanese Property in Korea," Japanese Annual of International Law, vol. 2 (1958), pp. 38-54.