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1

Which legal tradition argues that individuals have certain inherent rights and obligations?
A)external.
B)Grotion.
C)naturalist.
D)positivist.
2

Which legal tradition argues that internal societal sources are the basis of international law?
A)theological.
B)naturalist.
C)universalist.
D)Positivist.
3

Which actor would not be permitted to submit a case before the International Court of Justice?
A)the United States government.
B)Amnesty International.
C)the United Nations Security Council.
D)the government of India.
4

The trial of Slobodan Milosevic in The Hague is most important because it represents
A)the application of standards of international law directly to one individual.
B)state sovereignty's preeminence as a defense in international law.
C)the Western bias of international law.
D)the difficulty of amassing evidence in international tribunals.
5

The newly established International Criminal Court has jurisdiction over
A)genocide and other systematic crimes carried out as official policy during wars.
B)illegal international financial transactions.
C)national courts dealing with international cases.
D)human rights abuses occurring within any country in the world.
6

While the concept of cultural relativism may be viewed as an accommodation to subtleties that exist between cultures, others criticize it because
A)it implies an ironic cultural hegemony.
B)it can be used as a cover for heinous behavior.
C)it belies a latent social Darwinism.
D)it is too static.
7

Certain rules regarding treatment of prisoners of war, use of permissible weapons, and methods of combat are known as
A)the Kyoto Protocol.
B)the Camp David Accords.
C)Interpol.
D)the Geneva Conventions.
8

Consider the following statement: "The law is merely the product of the result of societal decisions about 'right' and 'wrong'. The preceding statement is an example of
A)Grotion legal theory.
B)postmodernist school of law.
C)theological school of law.
D)naturalist school of law.
9

Which is not a source of international law?
A)treaties.
B)international customs and norms.
C)conventions.
D)a constitution.
10

All of the following have added to the expansion of international law except
A)expanding consequences and victims of war.
B)increasing environmental degradation.
C)growing awareness of human rights issues.
D)spread of nationalism.







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