PO 317 - International Law (LE 317)
 
(3 cr.) Students are introduced to the nature and development of international law as part of the global political system. Students explore sources of international law from treaties, custom, general principles, judicial decisions and scholarly writing. Other topics include the connection between international law and national law; the role of states and individuals; dispute resolution using arbitration and national and international court cases; use of law to manage international conflict; negotiation; and legal issues concerning shared resources. Prerequisite: PO 211 or QU 201; Every Year, Fall
 
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