Le tre costituzioni pacifiste
Il rifiuto della guerra nelle costituzioni di Giappone, Italia e Germania
Losano, Mario G.
The three defeated Axis powers – Japan, Italy and Germany – incorporated a prohibition on wars of aggression into their democratic constitutions. This book covers the years of the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials and the constituent assemblies of 1947– 49 through to current debates on the adaptation of the pacifi st articles in line with new “humanitarian” wars. Aspects relating to the birth of the three countries’ constitutions are treated in great detail in three appendices.
Keywordsconstitution; second world war; after war period; Japan; Italy; Germany; wars of agression; democratic constitution; Nuremberg Trial; Tokyo Trial; pacifist articles
Publication date and placeFrankfurt am Main, 2020
SeriesGlobal Perspectives on Legal History, 14
20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000
History: specific events & topics
Constitution: government & the state