Hauser Globalization Colloquium: International Law and Policy in an Insecure World

Professor Ryan Goodman

Fall 2013
Thursdays, 4:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m.
Vanderbilt Hall, Room 208

LAW-LW.10127.001
2 credits

The Hauser Colloquium for 2012-13 focuses on the intersection of international law and politics. International law and international politics are in tension with one another, since law purports to be general and principled, while politics is often highly particular and shaped by interests and power. To explore this tension and its ramifications, this seminar will feature speakers both from political science and from law, who will, from different disciplinary and paradigmatic perspectives, examine how institutions and law reflect, and alter, the availability of information, interests of relevant actors, and policy outcomes.

The speaker sessions are open to the entire NYU community - all welcome. Papers are available approximately one week before each session, and should be downloaded from the website and read in advance.

Papers and Programs

Archive: Program and Papers from previous years