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Saturday, December 26, 2015

University Of Pune Question Paper,2010 Question Paper,LW - 001 : PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW - II,LL. M. ( Semester - IV )

University Of Pune Question Paper
LL. M. ( Semester - IV ) Examination - 2010
LW - 001 : PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW - II
(Settlement of Dispute, War and Neutrality)
(Old Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 60
Instructions :
(1) Answer any four questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks. i.e. 15 each.
Q.1) “The Treaty is an agreement of a contractual character between States or
between States and International Organisations, creating Legal Rights and
Obligations between the Parties.” Discuss with illustrations.
Q.2) Explain Treaty making power of UN and explain various Classifications of
Treaties.
Q.3) “When States fail to agree to solve their disputes by peaceful methods,
they take recourse to coercive methods.” Discuss this statement in light
of use of force by States in the International Law.
Q.4) Define the term War. What are the immediate effects of Outbreak of War
on various normal relations of States ?
Q.5) Examine role of Regional Institutions in Collective Security.
Q.6) Define Concept of Neutrality and discuss Rights and Duties of a Neutral
State.
Q.7) Comment upon ‘Treatment of Prisoners of War’ from the Human Rights
perspective and point out the International Law in this regards.
Q.8) Write notes : (Any Two)
(a) Belligerent Occupation
(b) Treaty Law in the Indian Legal System
(c) Use of Force in Self-preservation
(d) Vienna Convention on Treaties

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