Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese studies series.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Mare liberum and the pre-war origins of food security in Japan 2. Ocean regimes and food system planning under SCAP occupation 3. Negotiating a regional fisheries system in the North Pacific 4. The worldwide enclosure movement and restrictive regime claims on fisheries 5. The precautionary principle, EEZs and fisheries enforcement in the Pacific 6. Comprehensive security as national policy and Japan's new fisheries strategy 7. Comprehensive security in action : international diplomacy and negotiations 8. Epistemic norm formation and Japanese whaling policy 9. Food security and self-sufficiency today.