Japan’s Approach to Legal and Judicial Development in Developing Countries
Japan’s Approach to Legal and Judicial Development in Developing Countries Building Trust and Partnership
Beginning with the drafting of Vietnam’s civil law in 1996, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has supported the “making of laws” in developing countries including Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar. This is a field of cooperation unique to Japan, originating from its experience studying foreign legal systems during the Meiji Restoration.
Today, cooperation for legal and judicial development is one of the most important pillars of Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA). JICA has collected documents relating to its 20 years of work, along with interviews with those involved in rule of law promotion from Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and more to take stock of the cooperation’s crowning achievements.
Clashes over wariness towards foreigners and differences in understanding of legal terminology… This is a record of the obstacles overcome by the people of developing nations who wanted to draft their own national laws, and the Japanese lawyers who supported them, as well as their sincere efforts, struggles, and challenges. This is a recommended book for those interested in international cooperation, as well as those who want to know more about legal and judicial development process.
|Mã xếp giá:||540-077|
|Chủ đề:||Chính trị・Quan hệ quốc tế|
|Nhà XB:||Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture|