Conflict and International Law

Daniel Reisner

Former head of the Israel Defence Force's International Law Department and former senior negotiator of peace treaties from 1994-2007​ (2 credits)

 

The course provides students with a critical view of international law relevant to conflict and conflict resolution. Focusing primarily on the Arab-Israeli conflict as a case study, the course will address topics including the sources of international law, the law of sovereignty and statehood, the laws of war, acquisition and loss of territory, trust territories and rights of self-determination, the role and authority of international institutions such as the UN and International Court of Justice, the law of human rights, refugee law, international criminal law, international law concerning terrorism, and laws of occupied territories.  

 

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