LAW 531 Week 6 Knowledge Check

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LAW 531 Week 6
Knowledge Check


The material
presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know
in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge
and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to
help you master the material.

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Study Guide Results:

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Concepts Mastery
Questions

The United
States and foreign affairs 100% • 1

• 2• 3

The UN, the EU,
and the WTO 100% • 4

• 5• 6

International
religious laws 100% • 7

• 8• 9

Concept: The
United States and foreign affairs

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 1

• 2• 3

Materials on the
concept:

• Foreign
Commerce Clause

• The United
States and Foreign Affairs

• Treaty Clause

1.

What is true of
the Foreign Commerce Clause in the context of the United States and foreign
affairs?

• A.

It does not
encompass state and local laws.

• B.

It gives the
federal government exclusive power over foreign affairs.

• C.

It prohibits
multilateral treaties.

• D.

It authorizes
Congress to regulate commerce with foreign nations.

2.

The country of
Elamia has added a new feature to its constitution. This feature gives power to
the central government to enter into treaties with foreign countries. It does
not give this power to state governments. In addition, this feature states that
any local law that goes against a centrally-formed treaty will be canceled.
Which part of the U.S. Constitution does Elamia’s new constitutional feature
closely resemble?

• A.

Treaty Clause

• B.

Foreign Commerce
Clause

• C.

Bilateral Treaty
Clause

• D.

North American
Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

3.

In the context
of the United States and foreign affairs, treaties _____.

• A.

can only be
formed between two nations

• B.

can only be
formed only if sponsored by international organizations

• C.

are considered
equal to lawmaking at the international level

• D.

can be formed
even by local governments

Concept: The UN,
the EU, and the WTO

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 4

• 5• 6

Materials on the
concept:

• The
International Court of Justice

• United Nations
(UN)

• International
and World Trade Law

• European Union
(EU)

• World Trade
Organization (WTO)

4.

The
International Court of Justice _____.

• A.

hears cases
related to individuals and businesses

• B.

hears cases
involving nations

• C.

is composed of
five judges

• D.

is located in
Geneva

5.

What is true in
the context of the European Union (EU)?

• A.

The European
Union Commission is independent of its member nations.

• B.

The Council of
Ministers is composed of representatives from only five member countries.

• C.

All major
decisions of the Council of Ministers require unanimity and no changes in the
treaty are made based only on a majority vote.

• D.

All EU member
countries have voted to use the euro.

6.

The World Trade
Organization (WTO) implements various rounds of negotiations among its
membership. Through these rounds, it aims to achieve major reform of the
international trading system. What is the fundamental objective of the Doha
Round of the World Trade Organization (WTO)?

• A.

To increase
trade barriers

• B.

To resolve trade
disputes arising from contracts

• C.

To improve trade
prospects of developing countries

• D.

To issue panel
reports in dispute cases

Concept:
International religious laws

Mastery : 100%
Questions : • 7

• 8• 9

Materials on the
concept:

• International
and World Trade Law

• International
Religious Laws

7.

What is the
correct statement in the context of Hindu law?

• A.

Anglo-Hindu law
was adopted in India, post its independence.

• B.

Classical Hindu
Law rests on the works of private scholars.

• C.

Hindu law is not
codified in any country.

• D.

Hindu law is
predominantly based on court decisions.

8.

Which
international religious law is based on the ideology and theology of the Torah?

• A.

Islamic law

• B.

Jewish law

• C.

Hindu law

• D.

Christian law

9.

Ayub is an owner
of a business that deals with the manufacture and sale of silk rugs. According
to Islamic law, which of the following would most likely apply to Ayub, if riba
was prohibited?

• A.

Ayub would be
able to pay interest on loans.

• B.

Ayub would not
be able to make any profits from the sale of his rugs.

• C.

Ayub would not
be allowed to make any unjustified profits.

• D.

Ayub would not
be permitted to earn profits from any services provided by him.
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