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Collection of tasks on the subject "International law".

Task 1.
Study Chapter 1 of the Manual.
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1: How to govern the relations primitive communities and nations?
1. customs;
2. unwritten laws;
3. traditions;
4. kinship;
5. The authority of the chiefs.
Question 2. When were born the first international legal customs?
1. in the slave system;
2. In feudalism;
3. in capitalist society;
4. In the primitive communal system;
5. in the Paleolithic.
Question 3. As a result, some human activities appears international law?
1. mental activity;
2. The cultural development;
3. social practice;
4. The socio-economic development;
5. The development of the state.
Question 4. What is the category of international law?
1. superstructure;
2. fundamental;
3. fundamental;
4. derivative;
5. legal.
Question 5: What were the nature of the international relations in the ancient world?
1. Regional;
2. The breeding;
3. generic;
4. public;
5. Regional.

Task 2.
Study Chapter 1 of the Manual.
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. What year of the adoption of the UN resolution "of the UN Decade of International Law."
1. 1990;
2.1991;
3. 1989;
4. 1980;
5. 1997.
Question 2. What are the period, the United Nations proclaimed the decade of international law.
1. 1990 - 2000;
2. 1989 - 1999;
3. 1991 - 2001;
4. 1990 - 1999;
5. 1996 - 2006.



Question 3. For some norm of international law creates rights and obligations?
1. States;
2. citizens;
3. organizations;
4. for groups;
5. for the UN
Question 4: What is the maintenance of the actual implementation of international obligations at the national level?
1. transformation;
2. implementation;
3. implementation;
4. imputation;
5. software.
Question 5. What is the inclusion of international legal norms into national laws and regulations?
1. implementation;
2. The inclusion;
3. summation;
4. Association;
5. transformation.

Task 3.
Study Chapter 1 of the Manual.
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. What have force of international law in the event of conflict with national law?
1. crucial;
2. precedence;
3. Home;
4. Key;
5. Main.
Question 2. What is the nature of public international law?
1. advantageous;
2. The customary law;
3. conciliation;
4. The rule-proclaiming;
5. Subordinate.
Question 3. What are the most important way of implementing foreign policy.
1. dictates;
2. Partnership;
3. trade;
4. diplomacy;
5. influence.
Question 4: When there was a science of international law?
1. In the middle of the XVI century .;
2. at the end of XVI - early. XVII century .;
3. At the end of the XVIII century .;
4 in the first half in XV .;
5. in the XVIII century.
Question 5. What are the true founder of the science of international law.
1. Gentili;
2. Vattel;
3. Martens;
4. Kant;
5. Grotius.









Task 4.
Study Chapter 1 of the Manual.
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. How many areas formed in the science of international law in the XIX - XX centuries?
1. Two;
2. Three;
3. Four;
4. five;
5. Six.
Question 2. What are the direction of science of international law the mid XX century.
1. positivism;
2. natural law;
3. Pos

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