INSTITUTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

Diplomatic, International and Global Security Studies INSTITUTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

1212500016
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT & INNOVATION SYSTEMS
EQF6
DIPLOMATIC, INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL SECURITY STUDIES
2022/2023



OBBLIGATORIO
YEAR OF COURSE 3
YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2019
SPRING SEMESTER
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
642LESSONS
ExamDate
ORIOLO13/12/2022 - 08:30
ORIOLO13/12/2022 - 08:30
ORIOLO11/01/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO11/01/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO25/01/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO25/01/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO15/02/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO15/02/2023 - 08:30
ORIOLO20/04/2023 - 08:30
Objectives
THE COURSE AIMS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH BASIC THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL TOOLS,
TO BE ABLE TO OPERATE IN THE FIELDS OF DIPLOMACY, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND THE EU, THE PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION AND MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES. THE TEACHING HAS, THEREFORE, AS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: A) KNOWLEDGE
AND STUDENTS' UNDERSTANDING OF THE BASIC PRINCIPLES AND RULES GOVERNING RELATIONS BETWEEN STATES. B)
THE EVOLUTION AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM FROM ITS BIRTH UNTIL TODAY. THE RESULTS OF
EXPECTED LEARNING ARE: A) THE ACQUISITION OF THE COMPETENCE BY THE STUDENT TO GRASP AND DESCRIBE THE
PECULIAR AND CHARACTERISTIC ELEMENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM AND INSTITUTIONS. B) BE ABLE TO EVALUATE E
TO NOTE, IN GENERAL, THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW.
Prerequisites
NO PREREQUISITES
Contents
THE FUNCTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW; THE SUBJECTS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (STATES, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, INDIVIDUALS, NLM); THE SOURCES (GENERAL IAND PARTICULAR); THE CONTENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW; STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND LIMITS; VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY; ASCERTAINMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW; RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL LAW.
Teaching Methods
WE COMBINE: 1) TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHOD: FRONTAL LESSON (EV. WITH SLIDES) WITH MAINLY THEORETICAL PURPOSE; 10 MINUTES FOR QUESTIONS; 2) ACTIVE METHOD: INTERACTIVE SEMINARY WORK, WITH CASE STUDIES; STUDY MATERIAL (COPIES, ETC,) TO BE DELIVERED TO STUDENTS; SPEECH ABOUT A PARTICULAR ARGUMENT; DISCUSSION ABOUT GENERAL ARGUMENTS; 3) INNOVATIVE TEACHING METHODS: STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED WITH A SET OF MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS (E.G.: INTERNET SITES, PROJECTIONS OF TEXTS AND DOCUMENTS RELEVANT FOR EU LAW; PROJECTIONS OF FILMS AND DEBATE; POWERPOINT FILES, ETC.)
Verification of learning
ORAL EXAM
THE EXAM AIMS TO VERIFY THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE BASIC, THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TOOLS, IN ORDER TO INTERPRET AND APPLY THE DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW IN THE FIELDS OF LEGAL PROFESSIONS, DIPLOMACY, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND SUPRANATIONAL COURTS.

EVAULATION CRITERIA ARE:
MAKING JUDGMENTS: ABILITY TO MAKE AUTONOMOUS JUDGMENTS WITH REGARD TO CONCRETE CASES OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW SUCH AS: THE SOURCES, THE CASE LAW AND THE DIFFERENT SCHOLARS APPROACHES
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: ACQUISITION OF LEGAL AND TECHNICAL LANGUAGE AND OF ARGUMENTATIVE SKILLS TYPICAL OF THE LEGAL PROFESSIONS AND DIPLOMACY THAT WILL ENABLE STUDENTS TO ACT EVEN AT SUPRANATIONAL LEVEL (EG, INTERNATIONAL AND EU COURTS, TRIBUNALS AND INSTITUTIONS)

LEARNING SKILLS: ABILITY TO DEVELOP AND UPDATE THE KNOWLEDGE SUCH AS, FOR EXAMPLE, THE ABILITY TO CONSULT AND INTERPRET BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, NORMATIVE AND JURISPRUDENTIAL DATA

STUDENTS HAVE TO GAIN AT MINIMUM A 18/30 MARK TO PASS THE EXAM.
THE MINIMUM (18) IS ASSIGNED WHERE THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CENTRAL TOPICS OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW IS SUFFICIENT.
THE MAXIMUM (30) IS ASSIGNED WHERE THE STUDENTS MASTER THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL TOPICS OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW AND ARE ABLE TO CRITICALLY ANALYZE THE PROBLEMS CONNECTED WITH THEM.
LAUDE IS ASSIGNED WHERE THE STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO FORMULATE AUTONOMOUS ASSESSMENT WITH REGARD TO CONCRETE CASES AND CENTRAL TOPICS OF DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW

FOR ATTENDING STUDENTS ARE PROVIDED 2 WRITTEN EXAMS IN THE MIDDLE AND AT END OF COURSE OF 120 MINUTES EACH (IN THE MULTIPLE ANSWERED TEST FORM, QUESTIONNAIRES WITH QUESTIONS WITH OPEN ANSWER AND SHORT FREE COMPOSITIONS).
STUDENTS HAVE TO GAIN AT MINIMUM A 18/30 MARK TO PASS EACH WRITTEN TEST.

THE FINAL EVALUATION IS GIVEN BY THE AVERAGE OF THE MARKS GAINED IN EACH EXAM.
Texts
ONE BOOK TO CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING:

B. CONFORTI, DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE, XII ED. 2021:
[INTRODUCTION, FIRST PART (EXCLUDING CHAPTERS 16, 17, 19), SECOND PART (UP TO CHAPTER 29 EXCLUDING CHAPTERS 30 TO 37), THIRD PART (EXCLUDING CHAP. 41), FOURTH PART. FIFTH PART EXCLUDED.]

OR
A. SINAGRA - P. BARGIACCHI, LEZIONI DI DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE PUBBLICO, III ED. GIUFFRÈ, 2019 [CHAPTERS I TO VI (INCLUDED)].

OR
G. ZICCARDI, DIRITTO GLOBALE, IL NUOVO DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE, GIUFFRÈ, 2010 [INTRODUCTORY PART, PART II, PART II, PART III, PART IV (INCLUDING BASIC THEORY SHEET VII, AND EXCLUDING CHAPTER VII AND SUBSEQUENT CHAPTERS)].

IN ADDITION (SPECIAL PART)
A. DI STASI, INTRODUZIONE ALLA CONVENZIONE EUROPEA DEI DIRITTI DELL'UOMO E DELLE LIBERTÀ FONDAMENTALI, 2022 CEDAM
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EACH LESSON IS PRECEDED BY A RECAPITULATION OF THE EARLIER ONE THAT A STUDENT MAKES WITH MY SUPPORT.

LESSONS CAN ALSO BE HELD IN ENGLISH, AS WELL AS EXERCISES AND RESEARCH REPORT PROCESSING. THEREFORE, THE USE OF DOCUMENTARY AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES IN ENGLISH IS ALSO ENVISAGED.
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