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|Days, Times (Room):||F, 0800-0950 () |
|Credits:||1||Type:||Lecture - short course|
|Capacity:||4 **This information is current as of 04/18/2014 06:15:33 AM**|
|Current Enrollment:||4 **This information is current as of 04/18/2014 06:15:33 AM**|
NOTE: This course is taught at the JAG School during their 4th quarter, March 10, 2014 - May 16, 2014. The instructor is MAJ Cherry.
International and operational law has played a significant role in recent events across the globe. Incidents in locales such as Mali, North Korea, Pakistan, and Syria have mobilized the international community from both an operational and intellectual perspective. Using these incidents as backdrop, while also considering historical examples, students will gain a greater understanding of the worldwide legal implications of international and operational law and be encouraged to challenge the interpretation and application of those laws. In addition, the course will enable students to participate in academic discussion related to current events and be provided the opportunity to analyze developing crisis in the international community. Topics discussed will include piracy, China’s growing presence in international waters, the future of the Arab spring, and the intersection of transnational crime and the LOAC.
COURSE REQUIREMENT: Class participation, an 800-word newspaper style opinion-editorial (op-ed) article, and an in-class group presentation examining selected recent international incidents/issues