The United States and International Law National Taiwan University
This course is concerned with the United States and its relationship with the international legal system. This includes a discussion of the domestic U.S. laws that affect and incorporate international law including the U.S. power to make international agreements, the role of U.S. courts in the interpretation of international law, and the use of military force. It also includes a review of U.S. foreign policy case studies that reveal the U.S. government's particular approach to interpreting and applying international law. These case studies will include: the use of military force; the settlement of disputes using third-party judicial bodies; and the law of the sea. Where appropriate, the course will discuss how these United States views of international law differ from that of China or Taiwan. TA ：仲民(Nolan Wu) E-mail ：firstname.lastname@example.org
To introduce different aspects of the U.S. government's treatment and use of international law in its legal system and in its foreign policy.
Online Course Requirement
Julian Gei-Lun Ku
(College of Law) Graduate Institute of Law
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