International Criminal Law



2016 Spring

About This Class

This course will explore International Criminal Law, broadly defined to include criminal issues that arise in the international setting and international issues that arise in the context of national criminal law.  This broad definition will encompass not only consideration of the prosecution of crimes (war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide and crimes against peace) in international tribunals, both ad hoc and the permanent International Criminal Court, but also transnational crimes such as terrorism, organized crime, trafficking in drugs and persons, and cybercrimes, which will be prosecuted in domestic/national courts.
Method of Evaluation:  Research Paper and Class Participation

Satisfies AWR requirement

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