Question 1: This
position is disputed by the PRC government and Chinese nationalists
who argue that [4 ] ________ has exercised sovereignty
over Tibet since at least the 18th century, and that this
sovereignty had been internationally recognized since at least the
Question 2: During ________ the use of annexation deprived whole populations of the
safeguards provided by international laws governing military
Question 3: Since the ________ of
1914, the British Government's position was that China held suzerainty over Tibet but
not full sovereignty—a position held by no other state.
Question 4: Changes were introduced to international law through
the ________ that
makes it much more difficult for a state to bypass international
law through the use of annexation.
Question 5: Because of this, more positive terms like
________ or reunification are sometimes preferred.
Question 6: In 1981, Israel extended its "laws, jurisdiction and
administration" to the ________ (including the Shebaa Farms/Har Dov), which it captured
from Syria in the 1967 Six Day
Question 7: It was regarded by Indonesia as the country's
27th province, but this was never recognised by the ________.
Question 8: The team cemented in a brass plaque on Hall's
Ledge and hoisted the ________ to stake the UK's claim.
Question 10: ________ is an Indian state on the basis of the instrument
(agreement) of ascension, and the Kashmiri people are Indian citizens.