Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

International Law

This course provides an introduction to basic international legal principles, processes, and institutions and their influence on the behavior of states in the international system. Students examine the governance of legal relations among states on issues of war and peace, including issues such as territorial questions pertaining to natural resources, sea, and space; peaceful settlement of disputes; laws of armed conflict; Geneva Conventions governing conduct in war; and international criminal law.
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