An extremely interesting course. The layout was excellent and the downloadable resources first-rate. The case studies were hard, but over time the most important legal terms became clear. The greatest value was how international law has improved over time. The slow, steady and inexorable progress being made in relationships between States. Excellent insights into how the UN Security Council; the International Court of Justice; and the International Criminal Court function. It forms part of a micro-Masters course from Louvain, and Professor Pierre d'Argent is excellent. Difficult, but I recommend it to serious students. The hardest part for me was the timed tests: having a poor internet connection could be a problem.