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Public International Law and Domestic Implementation

This course aims to provide students with an overview of the politics, rules and institutions of public international law, and its implementation in practice. The course does not require students to have prior knowledge of the study of law. After a general introduction to the history and contours of international law, students will explore several in-depth case studies of ‘real world’ issues, the international laws and institutions developed to address them, and the operation of those regimes in practice. In exploring these case studies, particular emphasis will be placed on the practical implementation of international laws, on comparing differing approaches to such implementation, and on the comparative successes and limitations of the international legal response to fundamental issues of global concern such as the use of force, regulation of the seas, climate change, trade, human rights and the war on terror.
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5121496
GPP-MP6L20L3
Public International Law and Domestic Implementation
BARNSLEY Ingrid
A1 A2
集中
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講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
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公共政策学教育部
授業計画
This course will be taught intensively over a three-day period in November 2017. Day 1 1. Introduction to public international law (1) 2. Introduction to public international law (2) 3. International law and national law 4. Case Study 1: The use of force (1) 5. Case Study 1: The use of force, humanitarian law and international criminal law (2) Day 2 6. Case Study 2: The law of the sea (1) 7. Case Study 3: Human Rights (1) 8. Case Study 3: Human rights (2) 9. Case Study 4: International trade (1) Day 3 10. Case Study 5: Climate Change and Environmental Protection (1) 11. Case Study 5: Climate Change and Environmental Protection (2) 12. Class negotiation exercise 13. Class negotiation exercise
授業の方法
Lecture, discussion, simulated class exercises (with materials provided in class) to encourage students to interact over and respond to 'real life' dilemmas in international relations and law.
成績評価方法
Grading will be based on class participation (20%), group presentations in a class negotiation exercise (30%), and a final paper (50%).
教科書
M Dixon,Textbook on International Law (7th edn, 2013, Oxford University Press)
参考書
Additional materials will be provided to registered students to download themselves
履修上の注意
This course, and the assessment, will be conducted in English. It is not necessary to have undertaken previous studies in law to take the course - the course has been designed with non-law students in mind.