This biannual learning unit is being organized in 2021-2022
The course covers the main themes which make traditionally part of the study of public international law, and will emphasize, where appropriate, the relationship between this discipline and international private law. The course will present the following themes: - general concepts; - subjects of international law; - sources of international law (as well as the relationship between these sources and national law); - international responsability; - counter-measures; - peaceful settlement of disputes; - collective security; - regime and protection of spaces; - protection of persons; - basic rules of international trade.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The aim of this course is to make students familiar with the basic rules governing the international society, composed primarily of States, and to analyze the issues that may be raised by their enforcement in national legal systems, especially in the Belgian one. The purpose is also to enable students to better understand current international events with the perspective of the legal rules governing international relations. During the teaching sessions, the professor focuses on exposing the main links and difficulties of the subject. The students are encouraged to work at home: they are expected to make some readings prior to the sessions (from the syllabus, legal texts or other documents).|
See the description under LDROI2103.
Faculty or entity
Title of the programme
Master  in Law (shift schedule)