PIL 413 - Public International Law I

4 Unit(s)


General introduction – history and sources: International and municipal law; subjects of the law of nations: (a) states – (i) nature and classification, recognition of states, governments and belligerents, de jure and de facto governments (ii) state succession (iii) territory; acquisition and loss (b) Individuals: (i) nationality and domicile (ii) human rights and fundamental freedoms (c) Diplomatic representation – (i) status and functions of diplomatic envoys and consuls (ii) privileges and immunities (iii) diplomatic missions and international organization (iv) state responsibilities and conditions of basic international claims.