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264.4 sec. 1 - International Law and International Relations (Spring 2012)
Instructor: Andrew T. Guzman (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
Instructor: Katerina Linos (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Meeting Time: M 3:35-6:15
Meeting Location: 141
Course Start: January 09, 2012
Course Control Number (Non-1Ls): 51206
International law is in the midst of a profound revision. Traditional theories are being challenged by more contemporary approaches, many of them drawn for the social sciences. This seminar will examine the work of political scientists and legal scholars to see how they inform fundamental questions in international law. Why do states enter into international agreements? Why do they create international organizations? When do states comply with international obligations? What kind of state conduct is more (or less) likely to be influenced by international law? To address these questions, we will look both to diverse theoretical perspectives, and to concrete empirical applications from issue areas such as trade, human rights, the environment and security.
This course may satisfy the Writing Requirement.
Exam Notes: P
Course Category: International and Comparative Law
This course is cross-listed in the following categories:
Law and Economics
Law and Society
Legal Theory and History
Public Law and Policy
Social Justice and Public Interest
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Required Books are in blue
- How International Law Works
Andrew T. Guzman,
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Copyright Date: To Be Determined
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