U.S. Foreign Policy and the Law (20665). 3 units. This course will examine U.S. foreign policy decision-making, including the role of domestic and international law. It will cover a series of case studies, contemporary and historical, and focus on the perspective of those who make and implement U.S. foreign policy: How is policy developed? What constraints do policymakers face? How are intersecting issues of policy and law addressed and resolved? Grade will be based on class participation and a final examination or paper (to be negotiated with the instructors). Non-law students (graduate and undergraduate) may be admitted by permission of the instructors. Enrollment limited to thirty. Scheduled examination or paper option. J. Sullivan, P. Gewirtz, and H.H. Koh.
Note: No drops will be permitted after the final day of the add/drop period. First-day class attendance is required.
SLB - 124 (Mon) Grade mode: graded CRN: 10069
Exam: 12/14/2015 - 12/22/2015 Questions available online Name or Id: Id Length: 4 hour(s)