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Internationales Symposium
THE PRESENT-DAY SIGNIFICANCE OF NUREMBERG AND TOKYO IN MODERN INTERNATIONAL LAW
- An Anniversary Event of the Tokyo Judgment at 70 and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court at The Hague at 20 -"

Samstag, 17.11.2018:Datum
Aula (18. Gebäude), Komaba Campus I, Universität Tokyo:Ort

Mit japanisch-englischer Simultanübersetzung / Voranmeldung nicht erforderlich / Teilnahme kostenlos

Zentrum für Deutschland- und Europastudien (DESK):Veranstalter
Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst(DAAD):Mitveranstalter
Auswärtiges Amt:Mitveranstalter

17.11.2018, 13.30 bis 17.00 Uhr (Einlass: 12.30 Uhr)

Begrüßung
Professor Yuji Ishida (Universität Tokyo)

Keynote-Rede

The Present Day Significance of Nuremberg and Tokyo in Modern International law-Jurisprudence Aspect
Judge Daqun Liu (Judge in the Appeals Chamber for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (“ICTY”), Judge of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the Institut de Droit International, Professor at China’s University of Law and Political Science)

Podiumsdiskussion

Moderation:
Prof. Yuji Ishida (Universität Tokyo)
Legacies of Nuremberg and Tokyo
Dr. Viviane Dittrich (Stellvertretende Direktorin der Internationalen Akademie Nürnberger Prinzipien)
Points of Argument on Theories of Responsibility by the Prosecution and the Defense at the Tokyo Trial
Prof. Yuma Totani (University of Hawaii)
Tokyo and Nuremberg, A Double Standard?
Prof. David Cohen (Stanford University)
Prof. Kensuke Shiba (Osaka University of Economics and Law / Tokyo Woman's Christian University)

Schlusswort

Prof. Hirofumi Hayashi (Kanto Gakuin University)

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