Test 1: definition and sources of Public International Law

 

1.Concerning definition of Public International Law

a) Public International Law is a set of law which deals with relationships between States.

b) Public International Law is a set of law which regulates relationships between States and/or International Organisations.

c) Public International Law is a set of rules which mainly regulates relationships between States and/or International Organisations.

d) Only national rules are now applicable to private actors, such individuales in International Criminal Law and in International Human Rights Law.

 

2. Concerning the relationship between Public International Law and Municipal Law, the Spanish law follows the system of:

a) Monism.

b) Dualism.

c) Natural Law.

d) opinio iuris seu necessitatis.

3. What are the sources of Public International Law?

a) Law, costum and general principles of law.

b) Treaties, costum, and general principles of law.

c) Treaties, costum, general principles of law, jurisprudence and doctrine.

d) Law, costum and general principles of law, as well as jurisprudence and doctrine.

4. Where are regulated the sources of Public International Law?

a) Article 38 of the Statute of International Court of Justice.

b) Article 38 of the 1969 Vienna Convention of the Law of the Treaties.

c) Article 38 of the International Court of Justice.

d) Article 38 of the 1949 Geneva Convention.

 

5. What are the sources of Spanish legal order?

a) Law, costum and general principles of law.

b) Treaties, costum, and general principles of law.

c) Treaties, costum, general principles of law, jurisprudence and doctrine.

d) Law, costum and general principles of law as well as jurisprudence and doctrine.

 

Solutions: 1 c), 2 b) 3 b) 4 a) 5 a)