Tag: law

Does the Japanese Constitution prohibit same-sex marriage?

Same-sex couples in Japan are suing the government, calling their inability to marry unconstitutional. Timothy Magarry looks at the Japanese constitution and it’s stance on […]

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Reflecting on the big picture of the Katowice Climate Conference

For all the success of December’s global climate change talks, it will not unlock real change, Aaron Tang writes.

Will Abe’s ‘third arrow’ fly in the face of foreign workers?

With the world’s third largest economy suffering from labour shortages, Abenomics needs to hit its target, Andrew Thomson writes.

Podcast | Law in space: who is at fault in our stars?

In this episode of the Monsoon Podcast, Alisa Asmalovskaya blasts off into space law to see what’s there and what remains to be explored.