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The course aim is to familiarise students with public international law and to analyse some of its major issues. Students will be required to study the key concepts of public international law in order to be able to participate effectively in the seminars. The first seminar will identify the principles and rules of public international law through an advanced knowledge of the main sources of this law, international customs and treaties; following seminars will assess critically the evolution of public international law in an era of crises.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
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First attempt: an online quiz on the public international law lectures (10%), a three hour written examination (65 %) and a continuous assessment (2.500 word essay) (25 %)
Resit: 1 three hour written examination (65 %) [the online quiz mark and the essay mark are carried over for 35%]