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L'immunit Des Etats

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The jurisdictional immunities of States and their immunities from measures of constraint collide head on with the right to a judge as it has progressively emerged in the course of the 20th century. This chapter, in French with an English summary, examines the way in which this conflict is resolved by the courts and in legal literature, focusing on instances where immunity is claimed with regard to an act performed in violation of a basic rule of international law.

Keywords: courts; international law; jurisdictional immunities of States; legal literature



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