Craig Martin

Washburn University - School of Law

Professor

1700 College Avenue

Topeka, KS 66621

United States

http://washburnlaw.edu/faculty/martin-craig.php

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Scholarly Papers (14)

1.

Going Medieval: Targeted Killing, Self-Defence, and the Jus Ad Bellum Regime

TARGETED KILLINGS: LAW & MORALITY IN AN ASYMMETRICAL WORLD, p. 223, Claire Finkelstein, Jens David Ohlin, Andrew Altman, eds., Oxford University Press, April 2012
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 08 Nov 2011 Last Revised: 15 Apr 2012
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

jus ad bellum, use of force, terrorism, targeted killing, drones, jus in bello, armed conflict, self-defense, international law, Al Qaeda, non-state actors

2.

A Constitutional Case for Amending Article 9

THE CONSTITUTION OF JAPAN AT 65: TIME FOR A CHANGE?, Bryce Wakefield, ed., Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, 2012
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 27 Jun 2012 Last Revised: 28 Jun 2012
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 293 (71,090)

Abstract:

Japan, Japanese law, constitutional law, constitutional amendment, armed conflict, use of force, war powers

3.

Taking War Seriously: A Model for Constitutional Constraints on the Use of Force, in Compliance with International Law

Brooklyn Law Review, Vol. 76, No. 2, 2011
Number of pages: 120 Posted: 14 Jan 2011 Last Revised: 07 Mar 2011
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 158 (138,667)

Abstract:

International law, use of force, armed conflict, jus ad bellum, comparative constitutional law, war powers, war, judicial review, causes of war

4.

A Means-Methods Paradox and the Legality of Drone Strikes in Armed Conflict

International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 19, 2015
Number of pages: 51 Posted: 11 Dec 2014 Last Revised: 04 Aug 2015
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 152 (99,882)

Abstract:

drone, UAV, armed conflict, IHL, laws of armed conflict, humanitarian law, human rights, international law, Afghanistan. cognitive consistency, misperception

5.

Binding the Dogs of War: Japan and the Constitutionalizing of Jus Ad Bellum

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Vol. 30, pp. 267-357, 2008, U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 08-44
Number of pages: 92 Posted: 09 Nov 2008 Last Revised: 19 Nov 2008
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 135 (131,777)
Citation 1

Abstract:

jus ad bellum, Japan, armed force, law of armed conflict, Japanese law, constitutional law, international law, pre-commitment theory, legal history, constitutional design, international law compliance

6.

Unequal Shadows: Negotiation Theory and Spousal Support Under Canadian Divorce Law

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, Vol. 56, No. 1, 1998
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 17 Nov 2007
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

Negotiation theory, prospect theory, bargaining theory, game theory, family law, legislation, courts

7.

Kiobel, Extraterritoriality, and the 'Global War on Terror'

Maryland Journal of International Law, Vol. 28 (2013)
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 30 Jul 2013 Last Revised: 30 Aug 2013
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

Kiobel, Alien Tort Statute, ATS, international law, GWOT, terrorism, detainees, torture, targeted killing, extraterritoriality, jurisdiction, human rights, habeas corpus

8.

Tolofson and Flames in Cyberspace: The Changing Landscape of Multistate Defamation

University of British Columbia Law Review, Vol. 31, No. 1, 1997
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 21 Nov 2007
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 84 (225,841)

Abstract:

Internet, on-line, defamation, libel, conflict of laws, private international law, choice of law, cyberspace

9.

Glimmers of Hope: The Evolution of Equality Rights Doctrine in Japanese Courts from a Comparative Perspective

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, Vol. 20, p. 167, 2010, U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 10-09
Number of pages: 81 Posted: 17 Feb 2010 Last Revised: 14 Mar 2010
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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10.

The Japanese Constitution as Law and the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court's Constitutional Decisions: A Response to Matsui

Washington University Law Review, Vol. 88, No. 6, 2011
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 17 Sep 2011
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 67 (238,848)

Abstract:

Japan, Japanese Constitution, Judicial Review, Judicial Conservatism, Judicial Activsim, Constitutional Interpretation, Constitutional Rights

11.

Coming of Age: The Courts and Equality Rights in Japan's Aging Society

THE DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGE - A HANDBOOK ABOUT JAPAN, Florian Coulmas, ed., Leiden: BRILL Academic Publishers, 2008
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 18 Nov 2007 Last Revised: 14 Sep 2008
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
Downloads 64 (257,014)

Abstract:

Japan, Equality Rights, Courts, Constitutional, Discrmination

12.

憲法9条を再生させるための改正論ーなぜ、どのように9条を改正するのか (Change It to Save It: Why and How to Amend Article 9)

立命館平和研究第18号(2017)。(18 Ritsumeikan J. Peace Studies (2017)),
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 17 Mar 2017
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

憲法、憲法改正、憲法解釈、第9条、国際法、戦争、集団的自衛権、安全保障

13.

The Legitimacy of Informal Constitutional Amendment and the 'Reinterpretation' of Japan's War Powers

Fordham International Law Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2, 2017
Number of pages: 96 Posted: 14 Mar 2017 Last Revised: 20 Mar 2017
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

comparative constitutional law, informal amendment, constitutional design, Japan, Japanese law, constitutional interpretation, war powers, use of force, international law, jus ad bellum

14.

Change It to Save It: Why and How to Amend Article 9

18 Ritsumeikan Journal of Peace Studies (2017)
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 12 Dec 2016 Last Revised: 14 Mar 2017
Craig Martin
Washburn University - School of Law
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Abstract:

Japan, Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Use of Force, Armed Conflict, War Powers, Japanese Law, Jus Ad Bellum