LECTURE #1: WARMUP AND INTRODUCTION
I. THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
IR as the study of people, governments and their institutions internationally?
International Relations as a struggle over Who Get What, When, and How internationally
LECTURE #2 COMPETING PERSPECTIVES ON THE STUDY OF IR AND IL THE REALIST SCHOOL
Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) Emphasis on the State as the unit of analysis The Anarchic nature of international system The pursuit of Realpolitik Global politics based on str
EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION (chapter 5)
Slomanson: Jurisdiction is the State's right, under International Law, to regulate conduct not exclusively of national concern. EU protested this, claiming it violated International Law.
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
1. International Organizations remained marginal in the International System until recently, but among earlier examples are:
Proliferation of International Organizations, esp. in Post WWII