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INAF U6802 International Law. 3 Points.

Category: MIA Core: Interstate Relations, HRHP, ISP, IO, ICR

This course introduces students to the basic doctrines of public international law and considers their relationship to both international relations theory and a range of problems in current international politics. The aim of the course is to provide a framework to understand the normative dimensions of international relations. Students are asked to consider the theoretical arguments, processes and frameworks that provide the structure of international law, and to analyze their practical application to world issues of current concern. A problem-oriented approach to various case studies will be used in both lectures and discussion sessions, including situations in the former Yugoslavia, East Timor, Africa and Iraq. In this way, the course attempts to integrate method, substance, concepts and domestic application of the international legal system.

Term Section Call Number Instructor Times/Location
Fall 2017 001 83396 Horst Fischer M 11:00am - 12:50pm
324 International Affairs Bldg
Fall 2017 R01 87846 T 9:00am - 10:50am
402 International Affairs Bldg