Public International Law - II (HKUK258)
This course examines the following: Individual as subject of International Law; status of aliens, international protection of human rights; extradition; international organizations the main common features; non-state entities; international areas, the high seas -including the continental shelf and the exclusive economic zone, and outer space; diplomatic relations among states; settlement of international disputes, peaceful means and coercive measures.
Lecture Hour (hrs/week): 3
Lab (hrs/week): 0
Tutorial (hrs/week): 0