Category: International Law

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San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886

San Yat Sen Incident Case 1886 Principle: No country can interfere the matters of another sovereign country, including the affairs of his diplomatic immunity. Fact: Sun Yat Sen was Chinese Revolutionary, he managed to escape...

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United States v. Yunis 924 F.2d 1086 (1991)

United States v. Yunis  924 F.2d 1086 (1991) Principle: Passive nationality principle; a state may assume extra-territorial jurisdiction over aliens if that person cause suffering, injury or a civil damage is its national. Fact: Mr....

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Abu Daud Case, 1977 | Munich massacre case

Abu Daud Case, 1977| Munich massacre case Principle: Extradition application should be in a proper way and proper manner and Political offence should be carefully distinguisher form terror attacks. Fact: In 1976 Munich Olympic...

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Re Muenier, 1894, Queen Bench Division

Re Muenier, 1894, Queen Bench Division Principle:  Political offences must be distinguished from the terrorist activities. If a person do not believe in political organization his offences cannot be treated as political offence. Fact:...

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Re Castioni, 1891, Queen Bench Division

Re Castioni, 1891, Queen Bench Division Principle: When the offence is political offence by its nature, the offender may not be extradited. Facts:  Mr Castioni was a switch citizen. He killed a municipal councilor during...

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North Sea Continental Shelf case

North Sea Continental Shelf cases, ICJ Reps, 1969, p. 3 at 44 Principle: Ratification after signature is required to consequently make that party liable to obey the treaty. Fact: On 1 December 1964, the Federal Republic...

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Lotus Case (France V Turkey, PCIJ 1927)

Lotus Case (France V Turkey, PCIJ 1927) Principle: To be customary International Law there must be some legal obligation(Opinio juris) or force to maintain the customs not because merely they want to. Fact: On 2 August...

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Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru, 1950)

Asylum Case (Columbia v. Peru, 1950) Principle: For Custom to be definitively proven, it must be continuously and uniformly executed. Fact: Peru issued an arrest warrant against Victor Raul Haya de la Torre “in...

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