Actors, Institutions, and Legal Frameworks in International Affairs

Course Abbreviation: 
INTAF 801
Credits: 
3
Semester: 
Spring Semester

This course introduces students to the various levels of international interaction and exchange (supranational, state-to-state, state-to-private, private-to-private); the sources and limitations of law and regulation at each level; and the variety of actors and institutions characteristic of each level. The course explores the roles, authority, and limitations of the institutions and actors at each level and the implications of these for domestic and transnational governance, development, human rights, commerce, migration, and civil society.