Friends, We are releasing the 4th Law Optional Test, Mains Marathon Optional Initiative.
You will have around 20 quality Questions each week.
By the end of Mains 2017 you will have a good writing practice, if you follow this initiative diligently. Each week of syllabus is designed in such a way that gives you sufficient opportunity to revise and interlink common areas of syllabus. Ask your friends to join, write answers and check each other’s answers. All the best.
Test 4 : Law Mains Marathon
Q1- Discuss the concept of Pacta Sunt Servanda as a binding force behind treaty?
Q2- The primary responsibility to maintain peace and security belongs to security council. Nevertheless, General Assembly has played a significant role in dealing with the questions of international peace and security.Discuss.
Q3- Can a treaty impose obligations or confer rights on third parties without their consent? Discuss.
Q4- What do you understand by treaty assignment? Is treaty assignment possible without consent of State?
Q5- There is a growing convergence between human rights law and international humanitarian law. Discuss how both have contributed to the growth of each of other.
Q6- What are the various ways to settle international dispute?Discuss with special reference to arbitration.
Q7- Outline the emerging challenges to conflict regulation around the world.Do you think that there is a need is to move beyond traditional concepts of conflict solving to handle newly emerging challenges?
Q8- Objective of International Humanitarian law is not to provide a code of game of war, rather it seeks to circumscribe area and action of armed action to limit its impact.Explain.
Q9- What is treaty ratification? Ratification is an international act. Explain.
Q10- What is sedition? Examine the sedition law in the light of various controversies erupted in recent times.
Q11- What is optional clause in ICJ statute?Briefly Discuss the advisory jurisdiction of ICJ.
Q 12- Compare ICC and ICJ. Do you think ICJ is a weak court?.
Q 13- Collective self defense is something more than a collection of individual rights of self defense, but another creation altogether. In the light of above statement examine the right of self defense and collective defense.
Q-14- Distinguish between asylum and extradition. Discuss the difficulties associated with extradition of criminals?
Q 15- What is the legal mechanism available in India to deal with refugees? Discuss the need to have a refugee law.
Q 16- How conspiracy is different from abatement by conspiracy? When is an abettor liable to the same extent as the principal offender?
Q17- Discuss the constitutional validity of 124A of Indian Penal code?Discuss the need to repeal 124A.
Q18- Distinguish between liability based on common object and common intention.
Q19- Discuss the legal mechanism available under international humanitarian law to deal with prisoners of war.
Q20- Briefly mention the reforms needed in UN charter provisions as well as in Security council.
All Mains Marathon Optional Questions are updated in this page.