Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes
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Course Number: 208 Units: 3
Classical forms of the peaceful settlement: negotiation, good offices, mediation, inquiry, conciliation, arbitration and judicial settlement of interstate disputes. These subjects will be treated in historical evolution with numerous examples of their application and with the practical implementation. Particular attention will be paid to the International Court of Justice, role of the United Nations, peace-keeping operations, and role of the regional organizations: OAU, OAS, NATO, Council of Europe and new forms of the settlement of international disputes according to the Law of the Sea Convention and international trade disputes within the World Trade Organization.
Certificate(s): International Law , Public Interest and Social Justice Law Certificate (List C)
Professors: Jiri Toman
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