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International Law and Human Rights - December 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Theory of Monism
Short Original and Vicarious Responsibility
Short Conditional Recognition
Short Universal Succession
Short Continental Shelf
Short General Assembly
Short Asylum
Short Meaning of Human Rights
Long Discuss the composition and Jurisdictions of the International Court of Justice.
Long Examine the rights and duties of coastal states and other states in the exclusive economic zone.
Long Enumerate the sources of International Law with special reference to Custom.
Long Define a Treaty and explain the various stages of formation of a Treaty.
Problem A commits murder on the territory of his country and escapes to another country Z. Can the country of which A is a national request for his extradition. Examine the legal position.
Problem States X and Y sign several treaties relating to war, political and friendly relations and medical services. Subsequently war breaks out between the two countries. Analyse the legal position in respect of the treaties signed.
Problem The daughter of a diplomatic agent in India comes to India as a tourist. She causes a car accident resulting in the death of a person. A case is filed against her in India. She claims immunity. Explain the legal position.
Problem An American tourist in India with valid travel documents is arrested by the police and kept in the police lock up on the charges of illegal stay in India. Explain the legal position in respect violation of human rights.
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