International Law 2010

Federal Public Service Commission
International Law

2. Give such a definition of Int Law which could cover all the modern trends in it?

3. Discuss the concept of Neutralization. How is it done? Explain the Rights, Duties and
Guarantees given to a Neutralized state.

4. Define Recognition. Differentiate between Defacto and Dejure Recognition.

5. What is meant by 'Subjects of Int Law'? Justify Individuals as the subject of Int Law
by giving appropriate examples.

6. Discuss various modes of Acquisition of Territorial Sovereignty by the states
acknowledged in Int Law.

7. Give an account of the efforts of international community to protect the civilian
population from the effects of war.

8. Discuss in detail amicable means for settlement of international disputes.

The Federal Government,2009

International Law

Note: Attempt only four questions from part-2.All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1 Define International personality and discuss various entities as International Legal
person.

Q.2 How far do you think that International Law is based on common consent of States?
Evaluate importance of customary law and treaty law as binding in this regard

Q.3 Territory is undoubtedly the basic character of a state as well as widely accepted
elaborate with reference to exclusive rights of states on Land and Air territory.

Q.4 How far has the United Nation succeeded in developing a comprehensive system of
Human Rights protection? Can emphasis on social justice and Human rights lead to a
stable International Order?

Q.5 Define State jurisdiction and explain how domestic jurisdiction can be limited by and
reduced by principles of International Law?

Q.6 keeping in view the objectives of the charter seeking to establish a mechanism of
peace and security how far has United Nations succeeded in confronting changes in
Global society?

What are the disabilities of an unrecognized state? Q. Define High Seas.8. Do you agree that INDIVIDUALS can be considered as subjects of International Law? Give appropriate examples in this regard.Q.1 "What is meant by RECOGNITION of STATES as a mamber of FAMILY of NATIONS? State the different modes of such recognition.3 Write short notes on: (a) universal declaration of human rights (b) international court of justice (c) international boundaries (d) extradition (e) neutrality Q. Write a comprehensive essay on extradition by covering all its aspects.3." Discuss.All questions carry equal marks. when and by whom it is used? . Discuss Recognition.4.? Q. Q. Q. Q. Q.7. Give precise definition of Extradition.2 "In the absence of any form of international legislature of democratic states. Briefly and precisely define SUBJECTS International Law. Explain the concept of Freedom of High Seas along-with restrictions over it. Discuss Amicable Means for the settlement of International Disputes. but a positive International Morality. Q. John Austin says “International Law is not a real Law. Q.5. Q. international law was said to be based upon the consent of the states upon their individual acceptance of its principles and rules. Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.6.4 What is "VETO?" How .7 Describe Importance of diplomacy in interstate relations and discuss the concept of diplomacy and immunity? 2008 PART-2 Note: Attempt only four questions from part-2. Under which circumstances an Embassy or Consulate can offer asylum to a fugitive/offender of the territorial State? 2007 International Law Paper Q. Differentiate between Territorial and Extra-Territorial Asylum.” Do you agree with him? Give arguments in support of your answer. Differentiate between de-jure and de-facto recognition.2.

What law does it administer? Q.5 State and discuss in brief the various steps mentioned by STARKE in the creation of legal obligation by a treaty.6. Do you agree with the pleas of the ambassador? Why or why not? Q. the ambassador is refusing to handover the accused to the police with the plea that the accused has a diplomatic immunity.4.6 Coercion against a state renders a Treaty invalid.1. All questions carry equal marks.7..3. states have no right under International Law to intervene on the territory of other states in order to prevent alleged crimes against humanity or to uphold human rights norms. However.Define International Law. Do u agree with this statement? Why or why not? Argue. 8 which is compulsory.2. A Pakistani citizen working in the embassy of a foreign country in Islamabad. The Pakistani police want to arrest such person. What is the duty of other states in case of internal revolt in an independent state? Can they help the rebels? Under what circumstances recognition may be accorded to the rebels? Q. refused to pay and went away to her embassy. Q.5. Is an appropriation by a state of the underwater soil allowed in International Law? Q. b) The wife of the Brondasian ambassador bought cosmetics worth Rs. Q1.CSS 2006 Q.Q.7 Explain the various modes of acquiring and losing NATIONALITY. “Whatever the morality of intervention.000 from a local departmental store. but a positive international morality”? Elaborate your answer with appropriate arguments. Q2. Discuss the liability of the following: a) The ambassador of the Republic of Brondasia in Islamabad murders a Pakistani out of sudden provocation. including question no. . Q. has committed an offence against another Pakistani citizen. Discuss the extent to which a state can claim jurisdiction over the high seas in war and peace. NOTE: Attempt five questions in all. What is DOUBLE NATIONALITY and STATELESSNESS? INTERNATIONAL LAW PAPER……………. c) A Pakistani friend of the Brondasian ambassador has murdered a Brondasian employee of the embassy. Q. “International Law is a Law regulating the rights and duties of states and creating no rights and imposing no duties on individuals”. Q. Also elaborate TWO other methods of rendering invalid the consent of a State to be bound by a treaty. Do you agree with John Austin’s concept “International Law is not a true law.” Discuss.Discuss main features of the principles.1000. Describe the functions of a Prize Court.What are the sources of International Law? Discuss any two of them in detail.

How are ‘Prisoners of war’ to be treated under International Law? Explain with reference to various conventions. . Q7. .Enamurate the principles of International Law involved in the decision of Corfu Channel Case. 8 which is compulsory. Discuss also the crimes exempted from extradition. Explain how the problem of Hijacking has been dealt with under the International Law? Q3. What are the essentials of real and binding Blockade? What does it terminate? Refer to leading cases Q4. Write short notes on any two of the followings: a) Continental Shelf b) Rights of Prisoners of War c) Scotia Case IIN BPS – 17. Explain main principles of extradition. Discuss the rights and duties of a neutral state. Differentiate between Neutralized and Neutral States.Q3. Q6. Define Blockade. UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Discuss amicable means for the settlement of international disputes. What are those principles? Discuss in the light of interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq by the super-powers. All questions carry equal marks. Describe various methods of peaceful and amicable settlement of international disputes. including question no. The frequent ‘Interventions’ have challenged the validity of some of fundamental principles of International Law. Q5. UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Discuss the concept of extradition. Q5. All questions carry equal marks. 2004 INTERNATIONAL LAW NOTE: Attempt five questions in all. 8 which is compulsory. 2003 INTERNATIONAL LAW NOTE: Attempt five questions in all. including question no. Assess the impact that decision on the growth and development of International Law. Q6. Fully explain the duties of a Sovereign State with special reference to: (a) Not to interfere in the domestic affairs of another state (b) To refrain from use of threat of use force against another state Q2. Q1. What does Subjects of international law mean? Discuss individuals as subjects of International Law. Q7. IIN BPS – 17. Q4. Elaborate your answer with the appropriate examples.

2002 INTERNATIONAL LAW NOTE: Attempt five questions in all. State the various kinds and classes of diplomatic agents and mention their privileges and immunities. 8 which is compulsory. IIN BPS – 17. UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. including question no. Discuss main features of the principle. Write short notes (a) Double nationality (b) De facto recognition (c) International boundaries (d) Extradition (e) Neutrality Q4. All questions carry equal marks. Do you agree? Give reasons in support of your answer. Q5. when and by whom is used? Q7. Explain the various modes of acquiring and losing nationality.Q1. Write short notes on any four of the following. What is veto? How. Q6. State the principles of law. . Discuss the term “State jurisdiction“ with reference to (a) Maritime belt (b) Port (c) Foreigners (d) Floating island Q3. (a) Kellogg Briand Pact 1928 (b) The Geneva Convention 1929 (c) Pacta Sunt Servanda (d) Protectorate (e) State servitude Q3. State and discuss in brief the various steps mentioned by starke in the creation of legal obligation by a treaty. “State immunity has become a mere fiction which the law can do with out. a process already under way and constantly gaining momentum. Also elaborate two other methods of rendering invalid the consent of a state to be bound by a treaty. What is double Nationality and Statelessness? Q2. Coercion against a state renders a treaty invalid. regulating the use of water and navigation in international rivers. Q2. Describe international rivers. The principle is gradually withering away. Describe the legal nature of recognition of states. Q4. Q1. with particular reference to difference between defacto and Dejure recognition.

What are amicable means of settlement of international disputes? NOTE: Attempt five questions in all. (a) Territorial waters (b) Monroe’s doctrine (c) Equality of states (d) Doctrine of Postliminium (e) Prize courts (f) Continuous voyage Q6. Q2. Discuss. Q4. Q1. purpose and basis of international law. Q5. The jurisdiction of international court of justice depends on the consent of the parties concerned. Q7. Write a comprehensive note on international rivers and international canal. Write short notes on any three of the following in the light of convention on the law of sea 1982 and our maritime zone act of 1976. Define nationality. Clarence Thomas and Anita hill case 3. You must discuss the nature of jurisdiction. including question no. (a) Internal Waters (b) Continental Shelf (c) Territorial Waters (d) Land-locked State (e) EEZ Q6. American diplomat case Q3. All questions carry equal marks. Enumerates with short explanation the main principles discussed in any two of the following cases. 1. Explain in detail the object. What do you understand by international institutions? Discuss their status and functions as subject of international law. right and duties.Q5. Discuss Kashmir dispute in the light of  Right of self determination  UN Security Council resolution  Non interference in internal affairs  legal status of election in Kashmir  Simla agreement Q7. Write short note on any four. Lotus case 2. 8 which is compulsory. What are neutral and neutralized states? .