Courses: international criminal justice (POLSH216B01)
This course introduces students to international criminal justice, through a study of its legal foundations and architecture; its embeddness in politics and the principal challenges it faces in the XXI century. The course examines the main treaties and customary law in force; judgments concerning international crimes; and crimes committed by informal or non-State actors.
Prerequisites: one course in international relations or comparative politics or introduction to peace studies.
Fulfills: SO I Limit:25
Haverford, Hall 107