Three questions 500 words each with bluebook works cited.
You tell a friend that you are taking an International Law class at APUS. The friend asks, “what exactly is International Law?” Tell your friend what International Law is, and include in your discussion the various sources of international law. Ensure your answer is 500+ words.
Describe the sources of the law of armed conflict. Provide examples to support your discussion. Ensure your answer is 500+ words.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) was established by the Charter of the United Nations, which provides that all Member States of the United Nations are ipso facto parties to the Court’s Statute. The composition and functioning of the Court are organized by this Statute, and by the Rules of the Court which are drawn up by the Court itself. Describe the ICJ’s jurisdiction and discuss the types of cases the Court hears. Also, explain whether or not the Court’s rulings are binding on the parties. Ensure your answer is 500+ words.