Volume 4 of the Hawaiian Journal of Law and Politics Released

The Hawaiian Journal of Law and Politics (HJLP) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa just published its fourth volume.The journal is published by the Hawaiian Society of Law and Politics (HSLP) which is a student organization at the university comprised of students, faculty and staff at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

The Hawaiian Journal of Law and Politics is presently the only academic journal published and copywritten in the Hawaiian Kingdom.

Volume 4 of the HJLP has six original articles and one reprint of an article that was published by the academic journal Geography Compass. Of the original articles, Dr. Kalawai‘a Moore is the Editor of HJLP and is the author of the “Editorʻs Notes,” and the article “Native Hawaiian Indigenous Discourse: Contained Resistance to US Hegemony, Rejection of the Hawaiian Kingdom Nation-State.” Kau‘i Sai-Dudoit and Blaine Namahana Tolentino are the authors of “Aloha ‘Āina: From The Historical Record.” Dr. Larson Ng is the author of “Reaffirming Aboriginal Hawaiian Agency Towards English Medium Schooling in the Hawaiian Kingdom.” Dr. Lorenz Gonschor is the author of “Reconnecting Polynesian kingdoms during the Age of Empire: Kalakaua, Pomare V, and the plan to create a Tahitian Royal Order.” Dr. Keanu Sai is the author of “Backstory – Larsen v. Hawaiian Kingdom at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (1999-2001).” Dr. Xiang Gao and Professor Guy C. Charlton are the authors of “The Law, the Plague and Colonial Hong Kong: The Development of the Political Identity in Present Day Hong Kong.” And Dr. Edward Robinson is the author of the reprint article “The Distinction Between State and Government.”

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