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Old Monday, March 06, 2017
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I have selected Islamic history and culture and Muslim law & jurisprudence with IR so did i exchange one of them with International law or its a good combination.
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Your combination is good. Islamic history and Muslim Law are overlapping subjects. The conundrum here is that many candidates have to opt IR. And logically International law is the right choice with IR. Now, in your case you have an option to chose between two sets of subjects with mutually shared course contents. Therefore ,take your decision in light of above mentioned facts.

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Which book u referred for fast study of Int Law?

Well it was 'Assignments on Public INternational Law by Khurram Amir Qureshi of University Book Corener Urdu bazar'
It was more like an outline of each topic

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To be honest Im quiet jealous of Mr. Ali's ability. Covering IL in 8 hours, which is by far one of the most technical theoriticsl subjects in the syllabus, what with all the treaties, their inherent elements, principles, historical foundations. One should not assume that mere analytical skills and prowess can make one take IL's exam very easily, even the most mundane sounding questions, like sources of IL which may in one's consideration amount to something like precedents, have very technical and historical facts behind it. Good for Ali to have aced this exam in 8 hours' prep, but I doubt the same will work for any, I repeat any one else.
Thank u for ur kind words sir, but that is the exact point. This paper didnt demanded the kind of knowledge u have mentioned.

But even if Paper was difficult, i dont think they would have asked us to write a note on how a particular treaty was formed. When they link IL with contempory issues, u just need main points of a treaty to apply that on a given issue.
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One of the toughest papers of ILaw i ever came across..

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someone, please upload the MCQs.
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i didnot found past papers
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