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This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: University of Oxford

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Mr. Salomon and M. Diallo: Personality and Protection in International Law 00:40:00
Are investments still protected under Intra-EU BITs? 00:51:00
The Independence of Scotland 00:35:00
Is the Rome Statute Binding on Individuals? 00:35:00
Immunities and Extradition: The Curious Case of Khurts Bat 00:46:00
Module: 02
The relations between jus ad bellum and jus in bello: independence versus conflation 00:47:00
The Investment Treaty System as Judicial Review: Some Remarks on its Nature, Scope and Standards 00:37:00
Transnational Organized Crime at Sea 01:05:00
Reducing Genocide to Law: Definition, Meaning, and the Ultimate Crime 00:46:00
Factors that Explain Integration and Fragmentation Among International Courts 00:39:00
Module: 03
Business and Human Rights: Voluntary Expectations or Legal Obligations? 00:47:00
The Contemporary Significance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 00:52:00
What is an International Crime? 00:33:00
International law and foreign policy: some practical questions 00:33:00
International Law and the Emergence of Mercantile Capitalism: Grotius to Smith 00:48:00
Module: 04
Do Dead Civilians have Human Rights? International Legal Obligations towards Civilian Casualties in Armed Conflict 00:37:00
Trashed, or treasured? Which will be the fate of international dispute resolution? 00:48:00
Whaling: the Gordian knot of animal rights and cultural diversity 00:43:00
Are Arbitrators Political? 00:31:00
Lecture II: Law of Globalization 00:54:00
Module: 05
Lecture III: Law in Globalization 00:54:00
The effect of investment treaty arbitration on WTO dispute settlement: Tobacco plain packaging disputes and beyond 00:47:00
The International Court of Justice’s Approach to Injuries Suffered by Individuals 00:44:00
Whose Convention is it anyway? Addressing the facts and myths around the Human Rights Act 00:24:00
Independence referendums and putative citizenship – the Scottish referendum in a global perspective 00:41:00
Module: 06
Rule of Law at the international level – still relevant? 00:41:00
The UN’s obligation to investigate disappearances and killings in Kosovo: the work of the Kosovo Human Rights Advisory Panel 00:42:00
‘A problem of interpretation’: The ICJ’s approach to the constituent instruments of international organizations 00:43:00
Arbitrary Detention in International Law 00:49:00
Controlling International Organizations: Between Function and Virtue? 00:42:00
Module: 07
Causation in the Law of State Responsibility 00:36:00
Protecting Schools in Conflict: Developing International Guidelines 00:46:00
Reflections on Four Decades of International Action against Torture 00:43:00
The Crime of Aggression 00:41:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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