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18. Assess the legal benefits conferred by international organisations on two countries, each chosen from a different region. This will probably not be a popular question. Legal benefits could cover those both for or on the state, and on individual citizens of the countries chosen. The International Court of Justice (15 judges appointed by United Nations, Council and Assembly) can only function when states bring issues before it. The European Court of Justice deals with states and individuals, especially citizens who believe that their own country is at fault for not allowing them some benefit etc. Note this question requires two countries to be discussed not two organisations. If only one country or one region is addressed mark out of [12 marks] . [8 to 10 marks] could be scored by narrative accounts with implicit assessment. [11 to 13 marks] answers should contain more specific details. [14 to 16+ marks] can be awarded for good assessment, with those in the highest bands pointing out negative features also. 19.In what ways and for what reasons have international and regional organisations helpedto obtain (a) better educational facilities and(b) equal rights for women? M01/310/HS(2)M - 13 -
20. Evaluate the economic and monetary policies of one of the following: World Bank; The International Monetary Fund; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Evaluate suggests the working, successes and failures, impact or lack of impact, areas not tackled, balance of help for developed and developing countries, etc. Economic and monetary policies could be discussed separately or together. Their co-operation or lack of co-operation with other international organisations could be assessed. This is unlikely to attract many candidates except perhaps those studying economics. [8 to 10 marks] could be scored for accounts of the chosen organization with implicit evaluation. [11 to 13 marks] could be scored with more explicit evaluation of economic and monetary policies. [14 to 16+ marks] answers should address and evaluate a selection of the points listed above in a global context.

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