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In the Philippines ___________ determines the question of recognition and the decisions on this matter are considered acts of the state. a. Supreme Court b. President c. Secretary of Foreign Affairs d. Philippine Ambassadors

2. A kind of recognition that may be in verbal or in writing a. Implied b. Express c. proclamation d. treaty

3. It is a free act by which one or more state acknowledges the existence on a definite territory of a human society of observing the obligations of international law. a. Recognition of Government b. Recognition of Belligerency c. Recognition of a Nation d. Recognition of a new state 4. Recognition is ____________ when the legitimate government blockades a port held a. Implied b. Express c. proclamation d. treaty

5. The Stimson principle was formulated by ______________ a. U.S. Secretary of State Stimson b. U.S. President Stimson c. U.S. Chief Justice Stimson d. U.S. Senate President Stimson 6. A recognition that is relatively permanent a. Recognition de jure b. Recognition de facto c. Implied Recognition d. Express Recognition

7. Full diplomatic relations are established except where the government recognized is _____________ a. Recognized b. De facto c. de jure d. legitimate

8. A ____________ exists when the inhabitants at a state rise in arms for the purpose of overthrowing the legitimate government. a. Insurgency b. Belligerency c. coup d tat d. war

9. A principle expressed in a treaty of Central American Republics in 1907 and was reiterated in 1913 by a U.S. President which states that recognition shall not be extended to any government established by revolution, civil war, coup d tat, or other forms of internal violence until the freely elected representatives of the people have organized a constitutional government. a. Stimson Principle b. Tobar or Wilson Principle c. Estrada Doctrine d. Pact of Paris 10.The Japanese occupation government in the Philippines which replaced the Commonwealth government during World War II is a ________________. a. de jure government b. Second Republic c. de facto government d. Puppet Republic 11.Which of the statement bellow about the effects of the recognition of states and governments is false a. The recognized state or government acquires the right to sue in the courts of the recognizing state b. The recognized state or government has a right to the possession of the properties of its predecessor in the territory of the recognizing state c. All acts of a recognized state or government are invalidated retroactively, preventing the recognizing state from passing upon their legality in its courts

d. None of the above 12.The free act by which one or several states acknowledge that a person or a group of persons is capable of binding the state which they claim to represent. a. Recognition of Government b. Recognition of State c. Recognition of Belligerency d. All of the above 13.Which of the following statements are false: a. Recognition de facto is provisional b. Recognition de facto is limited to certain judicial relations c. Recognition de jure brings about full diplomatic relations d. None of these