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PO 415 International Law 3 Cr.

This course examines the development of international law, and assesses its effectiveness in governing the relations among nation-states. The course examines early as well as more recent efforts to build a body of such law. It compares international law with domestic law, and explores the principal sources of international law. The course uses cases to analyze the development of international law in areas such as extraterritorial jurisdiction, the range of sovereignty, diplomatic relations, the treaty system, arbitration and adjudication, the use of force, human rights, the environment, and economic relations. Prerequisite: PO 215, C or higher. Offered alternate years.

Political Science

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Associate Professors Michael Andrew, Jason Jagemann, and Yangmo Ku; Assistant Professor Michael Thunberg.

Studies in War and Peace

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...305 , PO 310 , PO 330 , PO 333 , PO 340 , PO 348 , PO 405 , PO 415...

International Studies

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...PO 320 , PO 333 , PO 340 , PO 348 , PO 405 , PO 412 , or PO 415...

International Business

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...Ethics) 3 General Education Lab Science 4 PO 415 International Law 3 MG 449 Administrative...