Tutor profile: Elizabeth R.
Shakespeare is arguably the worlds most famous playwright. Like all playwrights, he uses stage directions to indicate motion and interactions on stage - normally these are things like 'Enters Stage Right' or 'Exits Stage Left.' But there is one stage direction that is his most famous for its uniqueness - what is it and in which play is it found? Bonus points if you know the act (1) and character (1) it refers to.
'Exit, pursued by a bear.' The Winter's Tale. Bonus - Act III; Antigonus
Subject: International Relations
The precedents of international criminal law have been around for over a century. But it wasn't until the end of WWII that international criminal tribunals - the bodies that will try individuals or countries for committing crimes against humanity - really took hold as a staple of International Law. Please name three of the four tribunals that have taken place since WWII. Bonus points (5) for naming the one Pre-WWII tribunal/who it was for.
The Nuremberg Tribunal. The International Military Tribunal for the Far East. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Bonus - The Treaty of Versailles stated that an international tribunal was to be set up to try Kaiser Wilhelm II. He was however granted asylum in the Netherlands and therefore was never tried.
Subject: World History
There is one European country who has not participated in a foreign war since its neutrality was established by the Treaty of Paris in 1815 - Which country is it?
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