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Honestly speaking i really dont know to what extent these will be helpfull since i never appeared in css exams.

However I got extra ordinary score in the univers ity level exams.In my opinion if you have enough time to study it will be better for you to consult the books as mentioned in previous posts by Argus. some university level important questions regarding the subject ............... 1. Some writers doubt whether International Law qualifies as law. What is your o pinion? 2. The basis of International Law is human nature, reason, and justice. Discus w hether you agree or not? 3. Discus treaties as one of the sources of International Law. Can International Law survive without it? 4. Explain in details the main material principal sources of Public Internationa l Law. Your answer should be in line with the Article 38 of the Statute of Inter national Court of Justice (ICJ). 5. The scope of International Law has widened to include individuals and non-sta te entities. Discus. (or) Discuss the question whether International Law is excl usively concerned with the states. 6. What is meant by Relationship between International Law and Municipal Law? Expl ain it in the light of various theories expounded in this respect. 7. To what extent can municipal courts apply International Law. Answer with refe rence to British and US practice. 8. Discuss the legal nature and modes of Recognition of State with particular re ference to the difference between De facto and De jure Recognition. 9. What do you understand by recognition of states and Recognition of Governments? E xplain the rules, which govern the recognition of insurgents and its legal effec ts. 10. Define territorial waters. State the extent to which a coastal state can exe rcise its jurisdiction over these waters. 11. Write a detailed note on Succession of States. 12. Define a Treaty. What are the circumstances, which may terminate a treaty? W hat is ratification of a Treaty? 13. How a multilateral treaty is concluded? What are various rules for its inter pretation? 14. What is intervention and when it can be permitted in International Law? 15. What is statelessness? How can it be remedied? 16. Define Nationality. How is it acquired and lost? 17. Define extradition. What are the common rules of International Law, which gove rn extradition in the absence of an extradition treaty? 18. Discuss the constitution, functions, and powers of the Security Council of t he UNO. Discuss its failure, if any.

19. Discuss fully the powers and function of the UN General Assembly. 20. Write a detailed note on the International Court of Justice (ICJ). 21. Write a short note on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948. What i s its present day status? Critically examine its legal character. 22. Discuss provisions of Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War. 23. Discuss some amicable means for the settlement of international disputes. Hopefully this will serve the purpose. Regards.