Question 1A (1000 words) Please pick one questions form 1A
Does the Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States 1933 Article 1 still provide a useful criterion for statehood?
Critical evaluate the consequences that flow from the legal personality of International Organisations under International law?
Question 2A (1000 words) Please pick one question from 2A
Are the circumstances when a state may use a countermeasure in reaction to a wrongful act by another state sufficiently clear?
Critically evaluate if the ICJ is an effective means of peaceful dispute resolution?
Question 4A (1000 words)
Write a critical academic review of the article: Xanthaki, A. (2019). When Universalism Becomes a Bully: Revisiting the Interplay Between Cultural Rights and Women’s Rights. Human Rights Quarterly 41(3), 701-724
In doing so make sure you identify, explain and criticise the authors main argument and sub-arguments.
your critical analysis should be based on academic arguments (deriving from academic literature as well as your own analysis so long as your arguments are academically grounded)
critical review need not be negative, it may also be positive (praising the views of the author)
Even if its International Public Law, Im asking the writer to do the job as it was made by UK student, because I study in London. All quotations from or use of other writers work must be properly referenced that is, you must give the author, title, and date of publication of the work concerned, and the page or section number of the passage quoted or cited; coursework answer should be properly referenced using the OSCOLA Referencing System. You should include a full bibliography/references list at the end of work.