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Bantekas & Papastavridis: International Law Concentrate 3e

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Instructions

Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get your score.

Question 1

Chapter 1. How can the structure of the international society be displayed?

Question 2

Chapter 1. Is there any hierarchy or priority among States under international law?

Question 3

Chapter 2. Which are the formal sources of international law?

Question 4

Chapter 2. Which treaties are considered as 'source of international law' under article 38 ICJ Statute?

Question 5

Chapter 3. How the consent to be bound of a State may be expressed?

Question 6

Chapter 3. Do treaties bind third States, ie non-State parties?

Question 7

Chapter 4. Are there any limitations to the incorporation of customary crimes under English law?

Question 8

Chapter 4. Is the recognition of foreign judgments subject to the same rules as those applicable to the incorporation and transformation of treaties?

Question 9

Chapter 5. What other criteria were imposed by the Badinter Commission on the former Yugoslav republics?

Question 10

Chapter 5. What is meant by an international organisation's implied powers?

Question 11

Chapter 6. What is the effects doctrine?

Question 12

Chapter 6. What is the purpose of universal jurisdiction?

Question 13

Chapter 7. What is personal (ratione personae) immunity?

Question 14

Chapter 7. What is functional (ratione materiae) immunity?

Question 15

Chapter 8. Do third States enjoy any fishing rights within the Exclusive Economic Zone of another State?

Question 16

Chapter 8. Which State exercises jurisdiction over vessels on the high seas?

Question 17

Chapter 9. When are countermeasures illegal?

Question 18

Chapter 9. When a State may lawfully invoke necessity as a circumstance precluding wrongfulness?

Question 19

Chapter 10. Is there any hierarchy or priority among the various methods of peaceful settlement of disputes?

Question 20

Chapter 10. What is the difference between political and legal means of dispute settlement?

Question 21

Chapter 11. What types of force does Article 2(4) of the UN Charter prohibit?

Question 22

Chapter 11. What is the meaning of "armed attack" in Article 51 UN Charter?

Question 23

Chapter 12. What is the meaning of collective rights?

Question 24

Chapter 12. What is the meaning of justiciability?