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Research Topics

International Law

Research Introduction and Message

Law of Armed Conflict, International Criminal Law

   Controling violence such as war and the use of force by Sates and other entities is an important issue of international law, which has traditionally managed violence through two groups of rules: jus ad bellum and jus in bello.

   My research activities have focused primarily on the latter of these two groups, especialy, law of targeting. But, since my participation in the Rome Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of the International Criminal Court(ICC) as a legal advisor to the Japanese Delegation, I have expanded the area to include International Criminal Law issues.

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