Machiko Kanetake specializes in public international law. Machiko is mainly concerned with: international institutional law, interactions between domestic and international law, and economic sanctions and export control. Machiko teaches and provides advice on a variety of public international law issues, including diplomatic relations law.
Machiko has received Ph.D. from Kyoto University, LLM at the London School of Economics (LSE), and MA in Law from the University of Sheffield.
Machiko is an Assistant Professor of Public International Law and has been appointed as a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the University of Amsterdam (2011-14). She has also been appointed as a Hauser Visiting Doctoral Researcher (2010-11) of the Global Fellows Program at New York University (NYU) School of Law, a Visiting Researcher (2012) of the University of Sydney, a Visiting Fellow (2014-2015) at the Human Rights Program, Harvard Law School, and a Visiting Fellow (2015) at the Transnational Law Institute, the Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London. She is an Editorial Board member of the Leiden Journal of International Law.
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