International Law MCQs

International Law Solved MCQs with answers.

Permanent Court of International Justice was accepted under:
(A) European Union
(B) UNO
(C) League of Nations
(D)None of these
Answer League of Nations
Recognition of new States is a business of:
(A) International law
(B) Policy of the State
(C) Constitutional law
(D)None of these
Answer Policy of the State

Select the name that is considered to be the father of International Law:
A. Oppenheim
B. Hugo Grotius
C. Suarez
D. Pufendorf
Answer Hugo Grotius

Select the year When the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations acquire;
A. 1821
B. 1961
C. 1960
D. 1887

Answer 1961

Select the year When the International court of justice accepted;
A. 1910
B. 1965
C. 1955
D. 1945

Answer 1945

Select a condition, a state has the right to use force?
A. To obtain raw materials
B. Armed attack
C. To ensure the protection of human rights
D. None of the above

Answer Armed attack

Foreign warships …….;
A. Are not allowed to navigate in the Territorial waters
B. The right of innocent passage in the Territorial waters
C. The right of free passage in the territorial waters
D. All of the above

Answer B. The right of innocent passage in the Territorial waters

A state is free to utilize on the continental shelf:
A. Living resources
B. Both Living and non-Living resources
C. Non-Living resources
D. Both B & C

Answer Both Living and non-Living resources

Select the location of Headquarters of ICJ;
(A) The Hague
(B) New York
(C) Vienna
(D)None of these
Answer The Hague

Jus Soli is a principle associated with;
(A) Extradition
(B) Nationality
(C) Asylum
(D)None of these
Answer Nationality

Vienna Conference of 1961 is associated with;
(A) Prisoners-of-war
(B) Diplomatic intercourse and immunities
(C) Recognition of states
(D)None of these
Answer Diplomatic intercourse and immunities

Which one is called ‘father of International Law’?
(A) Marx
(B) Oppenheim
(C) Hugo Grotius
(D)None of these
Answer Hugo Grotius

Piracy is a crime within the jurisdiction of the:
(A) Flag State
(B) Offenders State
(C) All the States
(D)None of these
Answer All the States

Select the year of Non-Permanent members of the Security Council;
(A) 7 years
(B) 2 years
(C) 3 years
(D)None of these
Answer 2 years

landlocked condition is:
(A) Surrounded by land from all sides
(B) Surrounded by enemy states from all sides
(C) Surrounded by water from all sides
(D)None of these
Answer Surrounded by land from all sides

Tobar Doctrine is associated with;
(A) The recognition of a state
(B) The recognition of insurgents
(C) The recognition of a government
(D)None of these
Answer The recognition of a government

Select the meaning of the principle of rebus sic stantibus;
A. There is not a crime without Law
B. A fundamental change of circumstances
C. A treaty must be adhered to faithfully
D. A State cannot use force

Answer A fundamental change of circumstances

A diplomatic representative is immune from local control;
A. In all cases
B. In cases involving personal property
C. Criminal cases
D. None of the above
Answer In all cases

Extradition is normally accord;
A. In all cases
B. In civil cases
C. In criminal cases
D. None of the above

Answer In criminal cases

Select the period of Judges of the International court of justice
A. 1 year
B. 8 years
C. 5 years
D. 9 years

Answer 9 years

What is the Harmon Doctrine?
A. Harmon Doctrine is aState is not bound to recognize a government installed by a foreign power
B. Harmon Doctrine is a State has the right to use power to protect its nationals
C. Harmon Doctrine is a State cannot interfere in the internal affairs of other states
D. Harmon Doctrine is a has absolute right over the water resources of an international river within its own territory

Answer D. Harmon Doctrine is a has absolute right over the water resources of an international river within its own territory

Which one of the laws is not a source of International Law?

(A) International Financial Transactions
(B) International Principles of Law
(C) International Contracts
(D)None of these

Answer International Financial Transactions

Which one of the following law establish world seas;
(A) UN Convention on Law of Seas
(B) Document on Law of Oceans
(C) UN Charter
(D)None of these

Answer UN Convention on Law of Seas
Does the UN Charter permit the use of force?
(A) Under Certain Circumstances
(B) Yes
(C) Never
Answer Under Certain Circumstances

Select the date When the United Nations was established;
(A) 1945
(B) 1944
(C) 1946
(D)None of these
Answer 1945
Select the member of the UN;
(A) 195
(B) 193
(C) 197
(D)None of these
Answer 193

Which of the following is the judicial part of the UN;

(A) UNESCO
(B) International Criminal Court
(C) International Court of Justice
(D)None of these

Answer International Court of Justice

Select the name of regulatory law of ICJ;
(A) ICJ Charter
(B) ICJ Statute
(C) ICJ Act
(D)None of these

Answer ICJ Statute

International law contains:
(A) Collection of multiple laws
(B) Single document
(C) All of the Above
(D)None of these

Answer Collection of multiple laws

Select the International Law which specifies state;
(A) UN Charter
(B) Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States
(C) Law of Seas
(D)None of these

Answer Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States

UN is the predecessor of which organization;
(A) League of Nations
(B) League of States
(C) ICJ
(D)None of these

Answer League of States

Select the name who presently serving as Secretary-General of UN:
(A) Ban ki Moon
(B) António Guterres
(C) Robert Walpole
(D)None of these
Answer António Guterres

Asylum is accepting in International Law as a:
(A) Right
(B) Privilege
(C) Duty
(D)None of these
Answer Right

deportation of criminals is creating after:
(A) Paying Money
(B) Signing a treaty
(C) Signing a memorandum
(D)None of these
Answer Signing a treaty

Select the location of Headquarters of UN General Assembly;
(A) Washington
(B) Vienna
(C) New York
(D)None of these
Answer New York

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