LES 563 - International Criminal Law
In this class students will address both substantive international criminal law (the crimes committed - such as slavery, crimes against humanity, genocide) and its enforcement mechanisms (the institutions - international criminal tribunals and courts, international treaty enforcement mechanisms). Students will also interrogate the legitimacy of international criminal sanctions and address the political ramifications of criminal sanctions across national borders. Course Information: Same as PSC 561.
*Same as PSC 561.
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Course Level: Graduate