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JUSTICE, LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY

JLC-615
Law and Human Rights (3)

Course Level: Graduate

Legal, moral, and historical examination of international human rights. Friction among the values of national sovereignty, individual rights, self-determination, and the toleration of minorities is considered, as well as legal and extra-legal methods for humanitarian intervention, from World Court indictments to military invasion. Usually offered every third semester.