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International Law and Human Rights - April/May 2009 Backlog

Question Type Question  
Short Theory of Dualism
Short International Delinquency
Short Collective Recognition
Short Pontial Succession
Short Exclusive Economic Zone
Short Security Council
Short Extradition
Short Right against Torture
Long Define a treaty and explain the modes of termination of treaty.
Long Discuss the modes of acquiring territory under international law.
Long Analyse the rights of coastal state in its continental shelf.
Long Define nationality and explain the modes of acquiring nationality.
Problem "A" a national of state "X" goes on a tour to state "Y". While staying on the territory of state "Y", A applies for citizenship of state "Y". Examine the legal position whether he can be given citizenship or not.
Problem A state "Z" and its neighbouring state "X" have diplomatic problems. Suddenly one day "Z" declares war and attacks state "X". State "X" in retaliation uses the same level of force to defend itself. Whether such action can be justified. Examine the legal position under international law.
Problem A Gernian tourist woman in India with all valid travel documents is arrested by the police on the charges of carrying narcotic drugs. Discuss the liability of the lady in this case.
Problem State "M" a member of the UNO has repeatedly violated the provisions of the U.N. Charter inspite of warnings and sanctions (economic). Examine the action which is likely to be taken by the security council.
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