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Rule of Law and International Organizations

  • Number of credits 15 Credits

About the course

The rule of law is at the top of the international agenda because legal and judicial institutions are believed crucial to peace, security and development. However, there is little certainty how such institutions can be successfully created and maintained in transition and post-crisis environments. This course highlights the policies and approaches used so far, and what alternatives there may be.

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