LE 353 - International Law
 
(3 cr.) This course studies the nature, function, purpose and legitimacy of international law. Students consider the role and sources of modern international law, and analyze the practical application of legal principles in relevant case law. Topics include the sources of international law, national sovereignty, peacekeeping, international conflict resolution and tribunals, human rights and international economic and environmental law. Prerequisite: two courses from LE; Every Year, Fall
 
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