601. What does Jus and bellum means?
A. Justice and Beauty
B. Justice and Order
C. The principle that states must observe treaties
D. Laws of war governing when it is legal to use force to or wage war

602. What is necessary before a rule can be considered customary international law?
A. Evidence of general state practice
B. That it is enshrined in a treaty
C. Evidence that states accept such practice as law
D. Both (a) and (c)

603. What are the three levels of institutions in modern international society?
A. States, NGO’s, IGO’s
B. Constitutional institutions, fundamental institutions, and regimes
C. Local, national and international
D. None of the above

604. What are the distinctive characteristics of the modern institution of international law?
A. A peculiar language of reasoning and argument
B. Multilateral form of legislation
C. A strong discourse of institutional autonomy
D. All of the above

605. How has the nature and scope of international society been conditioned by international legal instruments?
A. They have defined the nature of legitimate statehood
B. Legal instruments have given it a code of ethics, and a universal standard of order
C. They have clarified the bounds of rightful state action, international and domestic
D. Both (a) and (c)

606. What are the distinctive characteristics of international legal arguments?
A. They tend to be bound by the policies of states
B. They are limited to the scope of the legislation at hand
C. They are rhetorical as well as logical
D. Both (b) and (c)

607. The Great Britain and Russia agreed to make Afghanistan a buffer state between their empires in:
A. 1879
B. 1897
C. 1869
D. None of these

608. Amnesty International was established in London by the British Lawyer, Peter Benenson in:
A. 1961
B. 1951
C. 1971
D. None of these

609. The ANZUS Treaty between Australia, New Zealand and United States was signed in:
A. 1951
B. 1945
C. 1950
D. None of these

610. The Treaty of Versailles settled peace in:
A. Europe
B. Middle East
C. Africa
D. None of these