International Organizations and International Law

Northwestern is home to an exceptional interdisciplinary faculty with research on international organization and international institutions. Addressing the history, theory, and practice of international organization, our faculty are engaged in a wide range of projects, including on the comparative study of international courts, the politics of international law, diplomacy and the United Nations, the European Union, the politics of international lending and financial institutions, and more.

Many faculty participate in the International Organizations/International Law working group at BCICS.

In Political Science, faculty with research projects on international organizations include: