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POLS 4430 - International Law and Organization

3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: POLS 2250.
This course examines the system of law governing relations between nation-states, and the roles and functions of international organizations. It explores the conventional international law in the areas of diplomacy, territorial questions and armed conflicts, as well as the developing regimes in trade and human rights. In addition, the course examines the structures and functions of some contemporary organizations in the security and economic areas and evaluates their performance and contribution.

Notes: Offered as an online course.



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