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Position at FNI: Guest Researcher
institution: Research Associate, Walther Schücking Institute for
International Law, University of Kiel, Germany
Ph.D., Utrecht University,
LL.M. in International Law, Utrecht University,
LL.M., Keio University, 2003.
LL.B., Keio University, 2001.
Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea, Utrecht University (2006-2008 and
Research Fellow, Ocean Policy
Research Foundation of Japan (2009-2010)
Public international law, in particular law of the sea,
international environmental law, international institutional law and law of
international responsibility; ocean policy.
Takei, Yoshinobu, Filling
Regulatory Gaps in High Seas Fisheries: Discrete High Seas Fish Stocks,
Deep-sea Fisheries and Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems. Leiden, Martinus
Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
Recent and forthcoming articles and book
Takei, Yoshinobu, 'Are the Polar Regions Converging? A
Study of the Evolution of the International Regime Governing the Arctic in
Comparison with the Antarctic Treaty System'. In Mariano J. Aznar and Mary E.
Footer (eds), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International
Law, vol. 4. Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2013, forthcoming.
Yoshinobu, 'Marine Scientific Research in the Arctic'. In Erik J. Molenaar,
Alex G. Oude Elferink and Donald R. Rothwell (eds), The Law of the Sea and
Polar Regions: Interactions between Global and Regional Regimes. Leiden,
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013, forthcoming.
'Agreement on Cooperation on Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue in the
Arctic: An Assessment'. Aegean Review of the Law of the Sea and Maritime
Law, vol. 2(1), 2013, forthcoming.
Takei, Yoshinobu, 'International
Legal Responses to the Flag State in Breach of Its Duties: Possibilities for
Other States to Take Action against the Flag State'. Nordic Journal of
International Law, vol. 82(2) (2013, forthcoming).
'Assessing Flag State Performance in Legal Terms: Clarifications of the Margin
of Discretion'. International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, vol.
28(1), 2013, pp. 97-133.
Takei, Yoshinobu, 'High Seas Fisheries'. In
Yoshihisa Shirayama et al. (eds), Marine Conservation Biology [in
Japanese]. Tokyo, Kodansha, 2012, pp. 216-228.
'Institutional Reactions to the Flag State That Has Failed to Discharge Flag
State Responsibilities'. Netherlands International Law Review, vol.
LIX(1), 2012, pp. 65-90.
Takei, Yoshinobu, 'Law and Policy for
International Submarine Cables: An Asia-Pacific Perspective'. Asian Journal
of International Law, vol. 2(2), 2012, pp. 205-233.
Yoshinobu, 'Who Governs
the Arctic Ocean? A Reply from an International Law Perspective'. Ocean
Policy Studies, No. 9, 2011, pp. 59-83.
|Important ongoing projects
International Legal Regime for the Arctic Ocean, funded under the Japan-Norway
Researcher Mobility Programme FY2013 (2013)
Tools and Steps for the
Reform of Ocean Governance: Legal and Institutional Aspects, within the
framework of the Excellent Cluster "The Future Ocean", funded by the German
Research Foundation (2013-2016)
SHARES project, Amsterdam Center for
International Law, funded by the European Research Council (participation in
Adapting governance and regulation of the marine
Arctic to climate change (participation in 2011-2012), funded by the
Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) Netherlands Polar
Non-compliance by the flag state of the duty to effectively
exercise jurisdiction and control over ships flying its flag: the possibilities
for other states to take action against the flag state (participation in
2010-2011), funded by the NWO