The course aims at examining the three fundamental functions underlying legality in today’s international community: law-making, law-determination and law-enforcement.
The course will also highlight how contemporary international law is not only concerned with the relations among governmental actors, but it also increasingly affects the interests and positions of private actors. At the end of the course, students shall have the ability to formulate, in an autonomous and critical way, judgements and elaborated arguments on the main legal questions dealt with in class.
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