GD520

Law and the International System

International Affairs Programs College of Graduate & Continuing Studies

Subject Code

GD

Number

520

Title

Law & International System

Description

In this seminar students will explore some of the important principles, norms, customs, laws, and transactions in international relations. Student will be introduced to international law terminology, history, and dominant theories. The laws surrounding conflict, war and war crimes will be explored. Of special interest will be the laws and norms pertaining to international organizations. Finally, the more up and coming areas of international law will be explored, such as, environmental law and the growing body of law concerning humanitarian intervention.

6

Maximum Variable Credits

-

Repeatable

-

Number of Course Repeats When Repeatable

-

Max Credits Repeatable

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College

College of Graduate & Continuing Studies