International Law



  1. Nature and Development of International LawSubject of International Law
  2. Subject of International Law
    1. Concept of Subject of Law And of Legal Personality
    2. States : Condition of Statehood, Territory And Underlying Principles, Sovereignty
    3. International Organisation: Concept, Right and Duties under International Law
    4. Status of Individual
    5. Other Non State Actors
  3. Relationship Between International Law and Municipal Law (UK, USA, India, China & Russia)
  4. Sources of International Law 
    1. Treaties
    2. Custom
    3. General Principles
    4. Jurist Works
    5. General Assembly Resolutions, Security Council Resolutions
    6. Other Sources
  5. Recognition and Extradition
    1. Recognition
    2. Theories of Recognition
    3. Defacto, Dejure Recognition
  6. Implied Recognition
    1. Withdrawal of Recognition
    2. Retroactive Effects of Recognition
    3. Extradition and Asylum
      1. State Jurisdiction
      2. Customary Law Basis
      3. Treaty Law
      4. The Nature of Obligation
    4. Law of The Sea
      1. Territorial Sea
      2. Contiguous Zone
      3. Exclusive Economic Zone
      4. Continental Shelf
      5. High Sea
    5. Contemporary International Issues
      1. Prohibition of the Use of Force
      2. Exceptions to the Prohibition: Individual and Collective Self Defence, Authorized or Recognised Military Actions
      3. Responsibility to Protect
    6. State : State Sovereignty, State Territories and Jurisdiction, Recognition, Succession, Intervention, Nationality, Diplomatic Agents, Extradition and Asylum.
    7. Laws of War : War Crimes and Crime against Peace, Settlement of International Disputes – Pacific and Coercive, Hijacking Narcotics,Treatment of Aliens, Enemy Character, Contraband, Blockade, State Jurisdiction on Terrorism.