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International Law and Global Governance [electronic resource]

International law is described as "the general principles of law as recognized by civilized nations." This program adds much-needed depth to that broad definition through a discussion of state sovereignty, domestic law, and international law; the importance of the UN and international courts and tribunals; the role of organizations such as NATO, the IMF, and the Red Cross; and the future of international law. Professional insight is provided by Tim McCormack, special advisor for the International Criminal Court; Gillian Triggs, dean of law at the University of Sydney; and renowned human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson, author of Crimes Against Humanity: The Struggle for Global Justice.
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2011