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Type d'enseignement : Seminar

Semester : Spring 2017-2018

Number of hours : 24

Language of tuition : English



Course Description

The purpose of this course is to discuss and to increase our understanding of the manner in which international negotiations take place, and the purpose they are designed to achieve. In this context, several aspects of international negotiations are scrutinized. First, this course explores the process of international negotiation. It also highlights the legal framework and context of international economic negotiation. The course then discusses various themes illustrated by case studies, including: negotiating human rights and ethics in international economic transactions; relationship between war and negotiation; the politics and negotiation of genetically modified organisms; negotiations and politics of nuclear energy. The course voluntarily adopts a cross-disciplinary approach, drawing from law, politics, sociology and philosophy.


DA ROS, Jérôme (Avocat associé)

Course validation

The final grade is composed of 2 elements: class participation (50%) and a paper on a subject of your choosing (50%).