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CMR 530 - International Law and Dispute Resolution

Credits: 3
This module deals with the basic rules governing the international community. A substantial portion of this course focuses on the role of international and national tribunals in the law-making process of the international community, with emphasis on modern developments in jurisdiction, international agreements, war crime tribunals, anti-terrorist conventions and international economic law. Special consideration is also given to the impact of the United Nations with respect to resolution-creation as well as truce agreements.

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