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1. In Inland Waters, a state has: __________?

A. No jurisdiction
B. Concurrent jurisdiction
C. Exclusive jurisdiction
D. None of these

2. The principle of jus cogens means:

A. A peremptory norm of International Law that cannot be derogated from by mutual consent
B. A State can terminate a treaty because of wiolation of its domestic law
C. A treaty stands terminated when its purpose is achieved
D. None of these

3. The principle of rebus sic stantibus means:

A. A State may terminate a treaty because of a material breach
B. A state may invoke fundamental change of circumstances to terminate/suspend a treaty
C. A treaty stands terminated because of the eruption of hostilites
D. None of these

4. Pacta sunt servanda means: __________?

A. A State can violate its international obligations if its interests so demand
B. A State can terminate a treaty at its will
C. A State must perform treaty obligations in good faith
D. None of these

5. Non-registration of a treaty:

A. Invalidates the treaty
B. Treaty cannot be invoked before a UN organ
C. It has no effect at all on the treaty
D. None of these

6. The Contigous Zone is: __________?

A. A no-man’s land between two States
B. An area of sea beyond territorial waters
C. An area of sea beyound the Exclusive Economic Zone
D. None of these

7. State immunity means: ___________?

A. A State is subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
B. A State is not subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
C. A State is not subject to foreign court’s jurisdiction
D. None of these

8. The International Court of Justice is: _____________?

A. A principal judicial organ of the UN
B. A Court established by Stales outside the UN System
C. A Court established by the European Community
D. None of these

9. In procedural matters, the decisions of the Security Council are made by an affirmative votes of any:

A. 5 members
B. 9 members
C. 15 members
D. None of these

10. The Security Council is:___________?

A. Specialized Agency of the UN
B. Principal Organ of the UN
C. N.G.O. For settling disputes between various States
D. None of these

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