POL332 Public International Law
[3–0, 3 cr.]
This course examines the nature of international law sources, the differences between international law and municipal law and the international systems’ legal organization, states (their territory and jurisdiction) as subjects of international law, as well as international treaties and agreements, diplomatic and consular agents, laws of war, neutrality, belligerent occupation, and war crimes. Through case studies, this course examines the principle laws of nations.
Co-requisite:ENG202 Advanced Academic English
Prerequisite: POL201 Introduction to Political Science