WAGING WAR: JAPAN’S CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS

John O. Haley

Abstract


Article 9 of Japan’s postwar constitution subjects the nation to stringently worded constraints on its legal capacity to wage war. Although not the only constitution to include a renunciation of war,1 Japan’s postwar constitution is unique in its prohibition of military forces that make war possible.2


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