COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
International Law II FEAS   206 4 3 3 6

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction English
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Res.Asst. Mehmet Emin ERENDOR
Instructors
Arş.Gör.MEHMET EMİN ERENDOR1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
This course aims at providing an information on the basic principles of Public International Law and the settlement of disputes in International Law.
Content
International Law II analysis the law of the sea, immunities from national jurisdiction, the peaceful settlement of dispute, diplomatic relations.

Learning Outcomes
1) to enable the students to predict the probable judicial resolution of stimulated legal disputes.
2) familiarize the students with the basic principles of international law of sea and diplomatic relations.
3) Introduces international law applications to students.
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Course's Contribution To Program
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Has the conceptual and theoretical competence to explain the phenomena in the disciplines of Political Science and International Relations.
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Identifies the international and national issues by methodologies used in the disciplines of Political Science and International Relations; chooses the appropriate analysis techniques across the issues and applies the appropriate empirical studies.
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Becomes skilful at following and interpreting different social areas in international and national levels and also applies the problem-solving oriented practices.
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Collects, reviews and analyzes the data obtained which necessary for modelling applications in the Social Science.
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Individually and/or in a team, takes responsibility, leadership, and works effectively.
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In recognition of the need for lifelong learning, follows the latest developments in the field and improves himself/herself.
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Uses Turkish, and at least one more foreign language, in accordance with the requirements of academic and work life.
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Understands and interprets the feelings, thoughts and behaviors of related persons correctly; and expresses himself/herself in written and oral forms accurately.
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Improves his/herself constantly by defining educational requirements considering interests and talents in scientific, cultural, art and social fields besides career development.
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10
Questions traditional approaches, practices and methods; and develops and applies new study methods if necessary.
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Recognizes and implements social, scientific and professional ethical values.
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Develops skills of defining and analyzing the international, regional and national oriented issues, producing appropriate conflict-resolution techniques and negotiation skills.
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Develops critical thinking skills.
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Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Introduction to law of sea reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
2 internal waters reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
3 territorial waters reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
4 contiguous zone reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
5 continental shelf reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
6 exclusive economic zone reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
7 high seas reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
8 Mid-Term Exam Preparation to Exam Testing
9 the protection and preservation of the marine environment reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
10 the Greek-Turkish dispute over Aegan sea reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
11 international air law reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
12 diplomatic relations reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
13 extraterritorial status of diplomatic mision reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
14 consular relations reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
15 extraterritorial status of embassies reading Lecture
Question-Answer
Discussion
16-17 Term Exams Preparation to Exam Testing

Recommended or Required Reading
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