Quiz Questions On International Law

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QUIZ 2: INTERNATIONAL LAW In order to receive credit for this assignment, please read the following guidelines and confirm that you understand and will follow them: By typing my name below, I acknowledge the following requirements for this assignment and confirm that my work on this assignment abides by them. 1. I have drawn each of my answers from the required course texts, in-class discussion and lecture, or in-class video material. 2. I have appropriately cited the course texts and/or in-class material for each of my answers. This means, for instance, that after providing a definition of a particular term in my own words, I have cited the specific pages in the textbook(s) from which I drew my answer. Example in-text citation: (Murphy…show more content…
Be sure to explain the terms in your own words. Also, provide direct translations (usually from the Latin) where relevant. (Direct translations can be quoted verbatim from Murphy.) If you found it necessary to do additional research to understand a term, cite the relevant passages in Murphy or NDJ and provide a complete citation for the additional source(s) you used. (You will not get credit for only using internet sources.) **Acceptable citation styles include Chicago, Turabian, APA, and MLA. If you used a website, provide the link in conjunction with the proper citation. If you used another text, provide the relevant page numbers. 1. Define and explain the significance of jure imperii and jure gestionis (reference the theory of sovereign immunity to which they are relevant). Principally, the theory of “restrictive” sovereign immunity is basically when the Department of States can elect to instill immunity, or otherwise not let immunity happen (Murphy, 305). There are specifically two areas that either allows this unit to acclaim immunity and or reject immunity (Murphy, 305). The first area is known as jure imperii. When governments of other nations have an undertaking that is relevant to the community, then immunity is acclaimed (Murphy, 305). The second area is known as jure gestionis. If a government of another nation has relayed information on undertakings in being profit-oriented, then rejecting immunity is the option (Murphy, 305).
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