Nombre completo: David Bosco
Institución: Indiana University, Bloomington, United States — Department: International Studies
Asignaturas impartidas en el Máster: Análisis de Casos en Relaciones Internacionales / Case Studies in International Relations
Área: International studies
Associate Professor in International Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington (United States). Visiting Scholar (Fullbright Program) Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Migration and Human Rights in Europe’s External Borders”, University of Cádiz.
“I focus on the political dynamics of international organizations and international law and am currently researching a book on ocean governance. I am also continuing to research aspects of the United Nations system, with a focus on the Security Council’s performance, and the International Criminal Court”.
J.D. Harvard Law School, magna cum laude, 2001
M.Phil. (international relations) Cambridge University, 1996
B.A.(Government) Harvard College, magna cum laude, 1995
Regions of Interest
- Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics (Oxford University Press).
- Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World (Oxford University Press)
- “Discretion and State Influence at the International Criminal Court: The Prosecutor’s Preliminary Examinations.” American Journal of International Law.
- “Palestine in The Hague: Justice, Geopolitics, and the International Criminal Court.” Global Governance.
- “Letters from the Frontlines: State Communications to the UN Security Council During Conflict.” Columbia Journal of Transnational Law.
- “Assessing the Effectiveness of the UN Security Council: A Concert Approach.” Global Governance.