This course examines the constitutional division of powers over matters touching on foreign affairs, including the role of the President, Congress, the courts, and the several states. The course... (.)
TUE 4:10PM - 6:00 PM
LOCATION: INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ROOM 1302
This course is jointly offered with the School of International and Public Affairs.
Modern communications and information... (2 pts.)
The course compares a variety of proposals that have been advanced to promote world order. We begin with traditional conceptions of the balance of power among independent states and then explore... (.)
S. Cleveland, H. Koh
This course will explore the legal, policy and strategic dimensions of contemporary human rights challenges, by focusing on a series of case studies that illustrate cutting-edge human rights problems... (2 pts.)