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Public International Law (LAW404)

Course description

This course examines what diplomats once referred to as the "law of nations" - ideas about sovereignty, self-determination, humanitarian intervention, state responsibility, and human rights. It begins by considering fundamental questions about the nature of international law – its origins, sources, subjects, application and the limits on the authoritative enforcement of its obligations. ...


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 1.0 Credit Units


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