Course Description

LAWS 8310
International Crime and Punishment
General Description:
Addresses issues in international criminal law in three parts: 1) basic content of international criminal law such as the law regarding aggression, genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, 2) international criminal tribunals that enforce international criminal law, 3) national efforts to bring international criminal prosecutions. Prerequisite, International Law (LAWS 6400); Recommended prior course: International Human Rights (LAWS 7440).

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