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PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW  (2S, 2B, and 2C)    JUAN RUFFO D. CHONG, B.S.C. (DLSU), J.D. (AdMU),  LL.M. (NYU, NUS)  Specializations: Global Business Law and International & Comparative Law  [email protected]    ASSIGNMENT SHEET NO. 1  (Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.; Fridays, 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.)    Study  and  master  the  following  chapters  of  the  International Law books of Justice Isagana A. Cruz  and Fr. Joaquin G. Bernas (any later edition may suffice): ​Chapters 1 to 6    Be  adept  in  discussing  the  following  topics.  Some  topics  touch  upon  actual  historical  events  so  be  sure to read up on relevant past occurrences:  ● General principles of International Law: Definitions, Divisions, Monists and Dualists,  Distinctions with Municipal Law, Status in Philippine Jurisdiction, Basis, Sanctions and  Enforcement  ● Sources of International Law: Art. 38 of the Statute of the ICJ, Customary International  Law, ​Jus Cogens  ● Subjects and Objects of International Law, Concept of States, Classification of States,  Creation and Extinction of States, State Succession, Recognition of States and Governments,  Rights of States  ● United Nations: History, Principal Organs, Chapter VII of the U.N. Charter  ● Treaties: Definition, Function, Status in Philippine Jurisdiction    Read  the  following  materials.  Refrain  from  making  use  of  substandard  digests  and  outlines.  The  originals may be easily obtained online. Make your own notes:  1. United Nations Charter  2. Statute of the International Court of Justice  3. U.N. Declaration of Human Rights  4. Kuroda v. Jalandoni, G.R. No. L-2662 (March 26, 1949)  5. Mejoff v. Director of Prisons, G.R. No. L-4254 (September 26, 1951)  6. North Sea Continental Shelf Cases, [1969] ICJ Rep.  7. Nicaragua v. United States, [1986] ICJ Rep.  8. Fisheries Jurisdiction Case (United Kingdom v. Iceland), [1973] ICJ Rep.  9. Namibia Case, [1971] ICJ Rep.  10. Danube Dam Case (Hungary v. Slovakia), 37 ILM 162 (1998)  11. The Tinoco Arbitration (Great Britain v. Costa Rica), 1923  12. Upright v. Mercury Business Machines Co., 1961   

Always be prepared with current International Law news for class. Please dress appropriately and  respect the process. Review the pertinent Handbook provisions on the matter. Tardiness is  extremely frowned upon. Make sure to submit your index cards next meeting. 

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