I haven't been able to get my hands on any more than a couple public international law exams, so I was just wondering for those who've taken the course, do profs usually make it relevant to ongoing events in the world?
In other words, for those taking the class, should we expect a human rights violating dictator/nationalist self-determination movement/etc.?
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