Hitoshi Nasu
Hitoshi Nasu
Professor of International Law
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
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Sunscreen safety: the precautionary principle, the Australian therapeutic goods administration and nanoparticles in sunscreens
T Faunce, K Murray, H Nasu, D Bowman
NanoEthics 2 (3), 231-240, 2008
642008
Australian law dictionary
L Abbott, J Anderson, DK Anton, K Baker, J Barnes, G Barton, TG Beale, ...
Oxford University Press, 2010
482010
International law on peacekeeping: a study of Article 40 of the UN charter
H Nasu
Brill, 2009
382009
The expanded conception of security and international law: Challenges to the UN collective security system
H Nasu
Amsterdam LF 3, 15, 2011
322011
Operationalizing the ‘Responsibility to Protect’and conflict prevention: dilemmas of civilian protection in armed conflict
H Nasu
Journal of Conflict & Security Law 14 (2), 209-241, 2009
302009
ASEAN and the development of counter-terrorism law and policy in Southeast Asia
SS Tan, H Nasu
UNSWLJ 39, 1219, 2016
242016
The Place of Human Security in Collective Security
H Nasu
Journal of Conflict and Security Law 18 (1), 95-129, 2013
212013
Operationalizing the responsibility to protect in the context of civilian protection by UN peacekeepers
H Nasu
International Peacekeeping 18 (4), 364-378, 2011
212011
Three proposals for rewarding novel health technologies benefiting people living in poverty. A comparative analysis of prize funds, health impact funds and a cost-effectiveness …
TA Faunce, H Nasu
Public Health Ethics 1 (2), 146-153, 2008
212008
State secrets law and national security
H Nasu
Int'l & Comp. LQ 64, 365, 2015
202015
Human rights in the Asia-Pacific region: towards institution building
H Nasu, B Saul
Routledge, 2011
202011
Normative foundations of technology transfer and transnational benefit principles in the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights
TA Faunce, H Nasu
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 34 (3), 296-321, 2009
202009
Nanotechnology and the international law of weaponry: towards international regulation of nano-weapons
H Nasu, T Faunce
JL Inf. & Sci. 20, 21, 2009
202009
Towards a True Incarnation of the Rule of Law in War-torn Territories: Centering Peacebuilding in the Will of the People
K Daglish, H Nasu
Netherlands International Law Review 54 (1), 81-114, 2007
182007
New technologies and the law of armed conflict
H Nasu, R McLaughlin
TMC Asser Press, 2014
172014
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution Revisited in the Light of International Law
H Nasu
Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht 9 (18), 50–66-50–66, 2004
172004
The UN Security Council’s responsibility and the “responsibility to protect”
H Nasu
Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online 15 (1), 377-418, 2011
162011
The Responsibility to React? Lessons from the Security Council's Response to the Southern Lebanon Crisis of 2006
H Nasu
International Peacekeeping 14 (3), 339-352, 2007
152007
Asia-Pacific disaster management
S Butt, H Nasu, L Nottage
Springer-Verlag Berlin An, 2016
142016
Nanotechnology and challenges to international humanitarian law: a preliminary legal assessment
H Nasu
Int'l Rev. Red Cross 94, 653, 2012
132012
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