Class 1: Making Sense of International Law | Lamorne Chang-Blissett | August 18, 2016

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Class 1: Making Sense of International Law

Original Creator: Manuel A. Gómez Current Version: Lamorne Chang-Blissett Show/Hide
  1. What is international law? – Communication mechanism created by countries where states are the main actors. 
  2. Why in international law important? – important because it is a mechanism which helps the world promote peace, it keeps states accountable to one another, and encourages interaction between countries. Due to the fact that the world has evolved IL is important in contributing to the overall evolution of the world. 
  3. How relevant (or not) is international law in each of the stories discussed in this chapter?
  4. What challenges or obstacles to international law can be found in each story?

 

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