China's concept of "historic rights" and international law: a view from japan

Japan Program
Atsuko KANEHARA, February 10, 2020

Professor, Sophia University. Member of the Governing Board of IMO International Maritime Law Institute. Councilor of the Advisory Council for the National Headquarters for Ocean Policy of Japan, appointed by Prime Minister. Member of the Board of the Bar Exam of Japan, appointed by Minister of Justice (2006–2015). Advocate for the Government of Japan in “Southern Bluefin Tuna” Cases (Australia and NZ v. Japan). Counsel for the Government of Japan in “Whaling in the Antarctic” Case. Professor Kanehara delivered a special course of lectures at The Hague Academy of International Law in 2017.


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