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Basic International Crime Outline (5 pgs)
From States To Individuals Outline (3 pgs)
History Of International Law Outline (3 pgs)
Humanitarian Intervention Outline (2 pgs)
International Criminal Court Icc Outline (5 pgs)
International Economic Law Outline (4 pgs)
International Enviromental Law Outline (1 pgs)
International Human Rights Law Outline (8 pgs)
International Law And Us Law Outline (7 pgs)
Remedies And Countermeasures Outline (5 pgs)
State Compliance International Law And International Relations Outline (4 pgs)
Statehood Outline (5 pgs)
The Use Of Force Outline (4 pgs)
Treaties And Treaty Reservations Outline (26 pgs)
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This is an outline of an introductory international law course, which introduces students to the legal rules and institutions that govern the international political system. The course provides a formal introduction to international law and emphasizes the relationships between law and politics in the behavior of states, institutions, and individuals in world politics. International law is both more relevant and more interesting today than ever before. From the war against terror to the war in Iraq; from the challenges of free trade to the dangers of environmental destruction; from prisoners in Guantanamo Bay to former heads of state appearing in court, international law has a direct bearing on many of the key issues in international affairs. This course examines how international law is created, how it operates, and what effect it has on these and other issues in contemporary internationa
al relations. The course begins with an introduction to the nature and structure of the international legal system. Topics include: the subjects and forms of international law, the key institutional actors, the theoretical background to the international legal system, and the relationships between international law and international relations. The second part of the course turns to substantive legal issues. Topics include: international economic law and the debates surrounding the WTO; international criminal law and the International Criminal Court; the protection of human rights; the use of force and the invasions of Kosovo and Iraq; the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and the future of the United Nations.
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