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戸谷由麻(共)著/東京裁判:法・歴史・法理

The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal : Law, History, and Jurisprudence

Cohen, David   Totani, Yuma

Cambridge Univ Pr 2018/11
543 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107119703
装丁違いISBN: 1108820689
KCN: 1031881455
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DDC: 341.690268
KDC: A613 日本/戦後〜現在
D170 国際法
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. Like its Nuremberg counterpart, the Tokyo trial was fundational in the field of international law. However, the persistent notion of 'victor's justice' in the existing literature has made it difficult to objectively assess. Cohen and Totani redress this by providing a fresh perspective based on careful examination of the trial record.

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Like its Nuremberg counterpart, the Tokyo trial was foundational in the field of international law. However, the persistent notion of 'victor's justice' in the existing literature has made it difficult to objectively assess. Cohen and Totani redress this by providing a fresh perspective based on careful examination of the trial record.
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Table of Contents

Introduction; Part I. The Allied War Crimes Policy, the Indictment, and Court Proceedings: 1. The framework of the trial; 2. Charges of crimes against peace; 3. The Japanese system of government; 4. Individual roles in the making of the war and the overall conspiracy; 5. Counts on murder, conventional war crimes, and crimes against humanity; 6. Accountability of war crimes; Part II. Law and Jurisprudence of the Judgments and Separate Opinions: 7. The majority judgment: crimes against peace; 8. An alternative perspective on accountability for crimes against peace: the two Webb judgments; 9. The majority judgment on war crimes; 10. An alternative Tokyo judgment: the draft Webb judgment on war crimes; 11. The dissenting opinions by Justices Bernard and Roeling; 12. Pal's 'judgment', or dissenting opinion, on crimes against peace; 13. Pal's treatment of war crimes charges; 14. The concurring opinions of Justices Webb and Jaranilla; Conclusion.