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"Japan's International Fisheries Policy provides a useful overview of the topic and fills a lacuna in the literature between studies of Japanese fisheries and food security policies more generally, studies of Japan's role in specific international fisheries, and the literature on international fisheries politics that takes Japanese policy as a given rather than examining its development over time." J. Samuel Barkin, University of Massachusetts Boston, Journal of Japanese Studies "Japan's International Fisheries Policy is a useful book for scholars and students of Japan's foreign policy, as well as of its domestic politics relating to food and other marine resources over the decades since World War II. It is also a good reference work for people interested in international ocean governance, where Japan is a key player, as a fishing state, as a major supporter of multilateral measures to promote food security through fisheries, and as a big bilateral aid donor for fisheries in developing countries." Kate Barclay, Pacific Affairs: Volume 89, No. 3 - September 2016
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Roger D. Smith is Associate Professor at the University of Kyushu, Japan, and Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Western Sydney, Australia.
Introduction: International Law, Japanese Domestic Politics and Ocean Diplomacy 1. Mare Liberum and the Prewar Origins of Food Security in Japan 2. Ocean Regimes and Food System Planning under SCAP Occupation 3. Negotiating a Regional Fisheries System in 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 Fisheries Policy 8. Epistemic Norm Formation and Japanese Whaling Policy 9. Food Security and Self Sufficiency Today 10. Conclusion