International Law and Organization
Dr. Jen Mustapha, Huron College
Pols 3345E - OWL POrtal
Issues in INdustry, Development and Culture
In these weeks we talk about global governance issues relating to global markets, and various industry sectors that overlap with international law. We also discuss issues in development and the global governance of the internet and sport regulation.
Post a link to your issue presentationon the OWL FORUMS HERE so that all of your classmates can view it before class. Class time will be devoted to your discussions and other things like comments from me and the occasional guest speaker.
THE SCHEDULE OF STUDENT PRESENTATIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE
Internet Governance and Cryptocurrency; Communications infrastructure regulation
Global Sport and COVID; International Doping Regulation
The following is a list of reading pertinent to this Module. Make sure you're logged in to OWL in your browser before clicking on the reading links.
Zaring, David. "Legal obligation in international law and international finance." Cornell Int'l LJ 48 (2015): 175.
Raymond, Mark, and Gordon Smith. “Reimagining the Internet: The Need for a High-Level Strategic Vision for Internet Governance.” Internet Governance Papers, CIGI (July 2013).
Carr, Madeline. “Power Plays in Global Internet Governance.” Journal of International Studies 43, 2 (2015): 640-659.
Nelson, Travis, and Patrick Cottrell. “Sport Without Referees? The Power of the International Committee and the Social Politics of Accountability.” European Journal of International Relations 22, 2 (2016): 437-458.
Hopkins, Martha. “Olympic Ideal Demolished: How Forced Evictions in China Related to the 2008 Olympic Games Are Violating International Law.” Houston Journal of International Law 29, 1 (2006): 155-189.
NO CLASS FEB 15th DUE TO READING WEEK