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Law, Media and World Order

To what extent is “the media” governed by law, and to what extent is it a law unto itself? Does “the media” enable or unsettle the regnant forms of international order? This course will discuss shifts in the post WWII world order, as perceived through the category of media, and via issues of international law and justice. This course will seek to understand some key dynamics of changing world order, shifting between history and courtroom, to try to understand the new contours of the international world order over the course of the 20th C and to the present time.

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MCC-GE 2304
Media, Culture, and Communication