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Mar 18, 2016 by Michael Weeks (mwweeks)
HIST 3062 : War Crimes Trials
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 17:36:37 GMT
Sun, 01 Nov 2015 18:36:42 GMT
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PSTD-BA: Peace Studies
PSTD-MINOR: Peace Studies
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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War Crimes Trials
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War Crimes Trials
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The Nuremberg trial and its legacy in subsequent international and hybrid tribunals. The need for judicial accountability for genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
1. Interpret key turning points in the history of war crimes trials. 2. Evaluate landmark court decisions on war crimes and crimes against humanity. 3. Assess evidence used to convict defendants in major war crimes trials. 4. Compare ad hoc, hybrid, and international tribunals. 5. Formulate theories that explain how war crimes trials have influenced modern history. 6. Point out social and political changes that have impacted war crimes trials.
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Sp16 - HIST 3001 War Crimes Trials - new 3062.pdf
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
CCAS - History European
CCAS - History US
CCAS - History World
ESIA-History of IR-Non US
ESIA-History of IR-US
This is course has been offered more than twice as a special topic, and is scheduled again for the Spring 2016 semester. Once approved the permanent Bulletin number will substitute for what is currently listed as CRN 73961 / HIST 3001.12
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Wed, 14 Oct 2015 14:26:32 GMT
Rollback: missing required sections on academic integrity policy, learning outcomes, prerequisites, and description on assignments