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International Law and Human Rights - May/June 2010 (Backlog) 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Codification of International Law.
Short De facto recognition.
Short Universal succession.
Short Double nationality.
Short Asylum.
Short Principles of United Nation.
Short WTO.
Short UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Long Define international Law. Is International .Law a true law?
Long What are ?Territorial Waters?? Explain the Rights of Coastal States in Territorial Waters.
Long Explain the immunities and privileges enjoyed by the diplomatic envoys under International Law.
Long Enumerate the Human Rights enshrined in the International Government on Civil and Political Rights, 1966
Problem State "X" has entered into a treaty with State "Y" concerning certain adjustments by way of cession of territories in respect of a border disputes between them. Before the obligations under the treaty were performed, State "X" was succeeded by State "Z". State "Z" refused to perform its obligations under the treaty. Examine the legality of the stand taken by State "Z".
Problem Mr. "A" a subject of State "X" obtained money by false pretences by means of letters posted in State "Y" to one Mr. "B" residing in State "Z". The government of State "Y" launched criminal prosecution against Mr. A. Is the criminal prosecution tenable under International Law?
Problem Mr. "A" of State "X" wrote a book, which contained writings effecting the religious sentiments and feelings of a particular community. State "X" issued a warrant of arrest against Mr. "A". Mr. "A" escaped to State "Y", for fear of his life. State "Y" turned down the request of State "X" for extradition of Mr. "A", eventhough there is an extradition treaty between the two States. How far the act of State "Y" is justified under International Law.
Problem Mr. "A" a citizen of State "X", while on his tour to State "Y" was killed by a mob during local riots. Examine the liability of State "Y" for the death of Mr. "A".
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