Advanced International Law & Peace Negotiations (LAW-980-001)
Instructor Permission Required. This course will meet for three weekends (Friday 2:00pm-8:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm, Sunday 9:00am - 1:00pm) on the following weekends: Jan 11-13; Jan 25-27; Feb 8-10. Students may satisfy either ULWR or SKILLS requirement with this course, but not both in the same semester. Assessment: Paper,Writing Assignments,Oral Presentations,In-class Project(s),Out-of-class Project(s),Class Participation
Provides students with an opportunity to explore the legal intricacies of peace negotiations, post-conflict constitutions, and war crimes prosecutions. The particular cases examined by students are constantly updated to ensure they are dealing with contemporary conflicts. Specific issues covered include ceasefires; human rights; refugee law; state structure; power sharing; fiscal devolution; demobilization and reintegration; reconciliation; international tribunals; peacekeeping; and self-determination.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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