Instructions 1. Do not write your name in the test itself – just your student ID. 2. The lengths for each answer will d But the total number of words should not exceed 1400 (including footnotes). 3. Footnotes should be used for citations only. 4. All you need to answer these questions are the texts and your note I discourage you from using any outside sources. But if you do, make sure to cite them. 5. Though you are free to discuss answers to these questions with your classmates, the written material must be your own and stated in your own words. Any suspected plagiarism will be submitted to the Academic Integrity Office. 6. Number and letter your answers. 7. Failure to follow all of these directions will result in a penalty. How to Cite When citing an author, just quote the text, footnote it, and reference the author and the title of the piece you’re quoting from. For example: 1 Buchanan, Allen “Theories of Secession”, p.35 If the next citation uses the same source and but a different page, just write ‘ibid.’ followed by the new page number. So, for example, suppose in footnote 2, you again want to cite something Buchanan said in “Theories of Secession” – but this time, from p. 40. Because in footnote 1 you already cited the author and paper, you can just write: 2 ibid., p.40 If after this you cite a different author, do so in full (as in the example of footnote 1). If after that you once again cite Buchanan, you do so in full. Test Questions Answer both questions. Alan Buchanan worries that enshrining Primary Rights Theories in law would result in bad consequences. A) Explain Buchanan’s worry. David Copp argues that the question of whether we have a moral right to secession is “morally prior” to the question of whether international law ought to recognize such a right. B) Describe this response to the Buchanan’s worry. C) Do you find this response convincing? Why or why not? Critics of Primary Rights Theories of secession argue that powerful political subunits might use a threat to secede to extract concessions from the parent-state. It seems, then, that modeling international law on a Primary Rights Theory of secession would allow powerful political subunits to engage in coercion. A) Explain Christopher Wellman’s response to this criticism. In doing so, be sure to describe what in general counts as a wrongfully coercive threat on Wellman’s view. B) Do you agree with Wellman’s response to the argument that Primary Rights Theory give subunits too much coercive power? Why or why not? Basically, you need to follow the instruction above and the essay is all about answer the question. The reading and reading outline are in the material section. Please read carefully. Thank you!
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