"This second edition of the television course on International Law set forth the basic priciples of international law in areas such as nature and sources of international law, human rights, international organizations and the United Nations, use of force, international dispute settlement, nature of states, treaties, the environment, criminal law and economic law."
"This 10-part DVD video course was updated in 2010 and features scholars and experts in International Law ... funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Center for International Education ... developed by Elizabeth F. Defeis, Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law and produced by WTL Productions, William Whitlock, Director".
[Disc 1]. Nature and sources -- [Disc 2]. States -- [Disc 3]. Law of treaties -- [Disc 4]. Human rights -- [Disc 5]. International organizations -- [Disc 6]. Use of force -- [Disc 7]. Dispute settlement -- [Disc 8]. International criminal law -- [Disc 9]. Global concerns -- [Disc 10]. Economic law
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