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INTERNATIONAL LAW (IR)
Instructions to candidates:
allowed: Three hours (plus an extra ten minutes’ reading time at the start – do
not write anything during this time)
Answer any FIVE questions
questions carry equal marks. Marks for each question are shown in [ ]
International law is derived from a number of widely recognised sources.
Explain the main sources of international law. 
acquisition of territory by a state is a much discussed and often controversial
theme in international law. Review the key principles of international law with
regard to the acquisition of territory. 
Explain the defences typically used by states accused of breaching
international law. 
Review the content of the UN Law of the Sea Convention (1982). 
Critically evaluate the extent to which a state can be considered to be
responsible for the environment. 
Analyse the concept of state immunity with regard to diplomatic law and
diplomatic immunity. 
the mechanisms available in human rights treaties to ensure compliance with
their content. 
Review the structures and powers of the United Nations, setting out the functions
of its key decisionmaking bodies.