Security, human rights, the environment, trade and the economy are just some of the areas where global politics and international law have an impact. Many of these issues are confronted at a global or international level.
The course can be tailored to suit graduates who already have some knowledge of the subject or graduates from related disciplines such as history, economics or philosophy.
The Politics of International Law; Dissertation.
From a wide choice of both legal and political subjects including: International Criminal Law; Philosophical, Moral and Legal Foundations of International Human Rights Law; Law of International Organisations; International Law of the Use of Force.
Teaching and assessment
Teaching normally takes place through weekly seminars in each subject area. You’ll be assessed on your essays and a dissertation.