International Law and Organization
Dr. Jen Mustapha, Huron College
Pols 3345E - OWL POrtal
Issues in Global Health,
Maritime LAw and The environment
Research proposal Due W21 (March 15th)
Here we discuss various governance issues relating to global health, maritime law and environmental law, along with their overlapping challenges relating to international law. We examine efforts at global commons management during a pandemic, overlapping governance jurisdiction of sea lanes and disputed waters, and attempts to manage man-made climate change.
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.
GUEST SPEAKER- ON MARCH 22nd, WE WILL BE JOINED BY
H.E. AMBASSADOR STEPHEN DE BOER,
CANADA'S PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE TO THE WTO.
Indigenous Circumpolar Governance; Maritime Law and the South China Sea
Global Governance of Climate Change
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.
Harrington Chapter 19
Falkner, Robert. “The Paris Agreement and the New Logic of International Climate Politics.” International Affairs 92, 5 (2016): 1107-1125.
Loja, Melissa H. "The Spratly Islands as a single unit under international law: a commentary on the final award in Philippines/China Arbitration." Ocean Development & International Law 47, no. 4 (2016): 309-326
Ma, Xuechan. "The South China Sea Dispute: Perspective of International Law." (2016).