International Law, Human Rights, and Japanese Law: The Impact of International Law on Japanese Law

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ADAMS, L. JEROLD, "THEORY, LAW AND POLICY OF CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE TREATIES" ( Dobbs Ferry, NY, 1974).

"AKAMATSU, RYOKO, JAPANESE WOMEN" ( Tokyo, 1990).

ALSTON, PHILIP & CHIAM, MADELAINE (EDS.), "TREATY-MAKING AND AUSTRALIA: GLOBALISATION VERSUS SOVEREIGNTY?" ( Leichhardt, NSW, 1995).

"AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, JAPAN: ILL-TREATMENT OF FOREIGNERS IN DETENTION" ( London, 1997).

---- "INADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR REFUGEES AND ASYLUM-SEEKERS" ( Tokyo, 1993), reproduced also in 5 INT'L J. REFUGEE L. 205 (1993).

---- "JAPAN: THE DEATH PENALTY AND THE NEED FOR MORE SAFEGUARDS AGAINST ILLTREATMENT OF DETAINEES" ( Tokyo, 1991).

---- "THE DEATH PENALTY IN JAPAN: REPORT OF AN AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MISSION TO JAPAN", 21 FEBRUARY-3 MARCH 1983 ( London, 1983).

BEER, LAWRENCE W. (ED.), "CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEMS IN LATE TWENTIETH-CENTURY ASIA" ( Seattle, 1992).

---- "FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN JAPAN: A STUDY IN COMPARATIVE LAW, POLITICS AND SOCIETY" ( Tokyo, 1984).

---- & ITOH, HIROSHI, "THE CONSTITUTIONAL CASE LAW OF JAPAN, 1970 THROUGH 1990" ( Seattle, 1996).

BINGHAM, MARJORIE W. & GROSS, SUSAN H., "WOMEN IN JAPAN: FROM ANCIENT TIMES TO THE PRESENT" (St. Louis Park, Minn., 1987).

BLECKMANN, ALBERT, "BEGRIFF UND KRITERIEN DER INNERSTAATLICHEN ANWENDBARKEIT VŌLKERRECHTLICHER VERTRÄGE: VERSUCH EINER ALLGEMEINEN THEORIE DES SELF-EXECUTING TREATY AUF RECHTSVERGLEICHENDER GRUNDLAGE" ( Berlin, 1970).

---- "GRUNDGESETZ UND VŌLKERRECHT" ( Berlin, 1975).

BOTHE, MICHAEL & VINUESA, RAUL E. (EDS.), "INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL LAW: GERMAN-ARGENTINEAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW COLLOQUIUM, BUENOS AIRES, APRIL 1979" ( Berlin, 1982).

BUCHS, GABY, "DIE UNMITTELBARE ANWENDBARKEIT VŌLKERRECHTLICHER VERTRAGSBESTIMMUNGEN: AM BEISPIEL DER RECHTSPRECHUNG DER GERICHTE DEUTSCHLANDS, ŌSTERREICHS, DER SCHWEIZ UND DER VER EINIGTEN STAATEN VON AMERIKA" (Baden-Baden, 1993).

BURAKU LIBERATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE (ED.), "HUMAN RIGHTS IN JAPAN FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS: COUNTERREPORT TO THE THIRD JAPANESE GOVERNMENT REPORT" ( Osaka, 1993).

---- (ED.), "LONG-SUFFERING BROTHERS AND SISTERS, UNITE!: THE BURAKU PROBLEM, UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND MINORITY PROBLEMS IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES" ( Osaka, 1981).

---- (ED.), "THE UNITED NATIONS, JAPAN, AND HUMAN RIGHTS: TO COMMEMORATE THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS" ( Osaka, 1984).

BUHMANN, KARIN, "CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS IN JAPAN: INTERNATIONAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL STANDARDS AND NATIONAL PRACTICE" ( Copenhagen, 1989).

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