The course is divided in theoretical and practical sessions, as well as in positive and normative analysis.
For the positive part, the theoretical sessions are a mixture of lecturing and discussion of readings given in advance of
each theoretical session. The practical sessions will require empirical analysis (both large- and small-n analysis)
informed by the content of the lectures.
For the normative part, theorerical sessions will be mainly lecturing. In the practical sessions, students will apply the
categories of international law to the analysis of peace and conflict resolution processes.