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Title: The Right to Collective Self-Defense and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Author: SEBATA, Takao
Author's alias: 瀬端, 孝夫
Issue Date: 28-Dec-2015
Publisher: 長崎県立大学
Shimei: 研究紀要
Volume: 16
Start page: 117
End page: 128
ISSN: 1883-8111
Abstract: This paper examines Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s attempt to exercise the right to collective self-defense. In the past, the Japanese Government had interpreted that Japan would not be able to exercise the right to collective self-defense although she had such a right as a state and a member of the United Nations. It was because exercising such a right would go beyond the level of the necessary and minimum self-defense and therefore, would infringe on Article 9 of Japan’s Constitution. Abe challenged this interpretation and changed it in July 2014 so that Japan could exercise the right to collective self-defense. The paper would describe different positions on this right and conclude that Japan’s security would be in danger as a result of exercising the right to collective self-defense to help the United State.
Keywords: The right to collective self-defense
Japan' security
Shinzo Abe’s real intention
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10561/1202
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