Prishtina, Kosovo

Introduction for Public International Law

when 12 July 2022 - 22 July 2022
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 100

This course explores the development of International Law across historical and geopolitical trajectories. You will gain and in-depth understanding of the role of International Law in relation to human rights, conflict and redistributive justice, and the challenges of developing world perspectives.

Course leader

Prof. Christopher Rossi
UiT - University of Tromsø - Norway

Target group

BA/MA students

Course aim

- The history and sources of International Law.

- Insights into treaties and customs.

- General principles, equity, Jus Cogens, non-consensual sources.

- The law of domestic incorporation.

- The peaceful settlement of international disputes.

- The International Court of Justice.

- The Law of State Responsibility & Foreign Wealth Deprivation.

- Human Right; Use of Force.

- The Global Commons, International Environment and Resources Management.

- International Law and Redistributive Justice: the problem of international trade.

Credits info

4 EC

Fee info

EUR 100: Full board