International Law Preparation

The right of innocent passage means:

A. right of a foreign merchant ship to pass un-hindered through the territorial sea of the cost

B. Not to publicize dangers to navigation in the sea

C. To over look regulations of marri-time traffic

D. None of these

The principle of rebus sic stantibus means:

A. A State cannot use force

B. There is not a crime without Law

C. Fundamental change of circumstances

D. A treaty must be adhered to faithfully

Tashkent declaration between India and Pakistan in 1966 by USSR was a:

A. Conciliation

B. Mediation

C. Arbitration

D. None of these

The definition of aggression was adopted in:

A. 1989

B. 1907

C. 1928

D. 1974

A Judge of the ICJ is elected by:

A. The general assembly

B. The security council

C. Both the general assembly and the Security council

D. None of these

"Treaties are the supreme law of the land". Where is it laid down?

A. Constitution of USA

B. UN Charter

C. Statute of the ICJ

D. British Constitution

Foreign warships have:

A. The right of free passage in the territorial waters

B. Are not allowed to navigate in the Territorial waters

C. The right of innocent passage in the Territorial waters.

D. None of these

De Jure Belli Ac Pacis (The Law of War and Peace) was written by:

A. Vattel

B. Bynkershoek

C. Hugo Grotius

D. None of these

The principle of jus oogens means:

A. A peremptory norm of International Law

B. A State is bound by the provisions of a forced treaty

C. A successor State is bound by the acts, of a predecessor State.

D. None of these

An ad-hoc judge of the ICJ is:

A. Elected by General Assembly

B. Elected by the Security Council

C. Appointed by the Secretary General

D. Appointed by the State