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INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATION
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Japan - Doshisha University - 'Language & Culture, Doshisha Univ.'
UC Course SubjectLegal Studies
Number & Suffix: 130
Full UC Title: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATION 
Transcript Title: INTL LAW&ORGANIZATN 
UC QTR Units - Division: 3.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course serves as an interdisciplinary introduction to international humanitarian law, the principles of the international legal system, and exposes the reality of war crimes. Topics include the Geneva Conventions and Protocols, child soldiers, the Convention against Torture, and international humanitarian law concepts including the International Criminal Court and ad hoc tribunals. The course analyzes issues surrounding rape as crime of war and reflects on how cases of sexual violence are being adjudicated by international tribunals. The course describes the political and philosophical backgrounds of humanitarian intervention and the limitations of international law, and examines and defends opinions of humanitarian intervention and the values that support it. Texts: CRIME OF WAR 2.0: WHAT THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW edited by Anthony Dworkin et al., and WAR LAW: UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ARMED CONFLICT by Michael Byers. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATION 
Partner University Department: Institute for the Liberal Arts 
Partner University Course Number: N/A