International Law and International Institutions


The relationship between international politics and international law; how international institutions operate and affect social practices, and how legalization of institutions changes the manner of interpretation of legal texts. The nature of legal and political discourse over issues subject to international law such as human rights; issues of compliance with rules, the connections between international relations and domestic law, and the overall effects of international law and institutions on world politics; cross-national differences in attitudes toward issues such as environmental regulation, trade liberalization, and military intervention on behalf of human rights. Prerequisite: Political Science 160 or equivalent. Instructor: Staff
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • R
  • W
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • ICS 324
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring