INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION LAW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course will examine topics relating to international law already dealt with in the general course on international law.
Course contents summary
The lectures will deal with the following topics:
a) The United Nations
b) The organisation and workings of the United Nations
c) Peace, security and the use of force
d) Human rights
e) The Council of Europe
f) The European Court of Human Rights
g) The law of armed conflicts
h) International crimes
i) International tribunals
j) International terrorism
k) International law and North-South relations
Antonio Cassese, Diritto Internazionale II. Problemi della Comunità Internazionale (edited by Paola Gaeta), Bologna 2004, Il Mulino (Chapters 1-7).
In addition, students must choose one of the two following volumes to read:
S. Zappalà, La giustizia penale Internazionale, Bologna 2005.
De Guttry, Pagani: Le Nazioni Unite, Bologna 2005.
Attendance is recommended, given the difficulty of some of the topics dealt with and the closer examinations of individual topics which may be made.
Candidates will be assessed through an oral interview with the teacher, beginning from a topic chosen from those discussed in the texts.