POLS BC3601 International Law and the United Nations in Practice. 4 points.
Examines the development of international law and the United Nations, their evolution in the Twentieth Century, and their role in world affairs today. Concepts and principles are illustrated through their application to contemporary human rights and humanitarian challenges, and with respect to other threats to international peace and security. The course consists primarily of presentation and discussion, drawing heavily on the practical application of theory to actual experiences and situations. For the Barnard Political Science major, this seminar counts as elective credit only. (Cross-listed by the Human Rights Program.)
Spring 2018: POLS BC3601
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|POLS 3601||001/08331||T 4:10pm - 6:00pm
501 Diana Center