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Public International Law Final Exam Notes

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These notes were prepared for the PIL Final Exam, NOTE: These notes do not cover the international law of air, space and sea or international economic law.

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International law International relations Law Laws of war Crime of aggression International trade Public international law International Court of Justice Use of force by states United Nations War of aggression Corfu Channel case
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International law International relations Law Laws of war Crime of aggression International trade Public international law International Court of Justice Use of force by states United Nations War of aggression Corfu Channel case
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INTRODUCTION 1. What is International Law (a) International Law as Inter-State Law: The Western European Perspective is that international law is the law regulating the activities of sovereign States. For example, the first edition of Oppenheim (1905) stated that “States solely and exclusively are the subject of international law.” (i) What is a “State” for the Purposes of International Law Article 1 of the Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States (1933) provides that: “[t]he State as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined territory; (c) government; and (d) capacity to enter relations with other States.” A State must be distinguished from a government for the purposes of international law. Governments represent States, but th...
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