Spring 2020 • Law 671 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Michelle McKinley
Justification for state actions labeled rules of law; sources and evidence of a law between states; statehood; treaties; state responsibility and authority; individuals in transnational situations; international cooperation; protection of human rights; and use of military force.
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