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Prev Next. Subject s : Diplomatic protection — Aliens, treatment — Responsibility of non-state actors — Civil and political rights.

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Even the positivist theory of international law, which regarded the nation-state as the only subject of international law, recognized that customary law had developed to protect individual aliens outside of the state of their nationality. Statehood, in the long tradition of international law, consists of three essential elements: territory, people, and institutions. Multiauthor book covering a great variety of issues concerning diplomatic protection. Apart from presenting the general concept, it also addresses the question of the change in diplomatic protection in more recent times, especially under the parallel regimes of human rights protection and other special mechanisms of protection.

Generally advocates the importance of diplomatic protection given the still inadequate efficacy of human rights protection. The Changing Law of International Claims. New York and London: Oceana Publications, Comprehensive review of the entire substantive and procedural rules of diplomatic protection, written by the first Special Rapporteur on State Responsibility.

Treats individual aspects in great detail and provides a well-reasoned criticism of the traditional concept against the background of the New International Economic Order. Suggests a revision of the traditional standard e. Lillich, Richard B.

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Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, A collection of essays covering various aspects of diplomatic protection. Ress, Georg, and Torsten Stein.

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  • Baden-Baden: Nomos, A sort of festschrift dedicated to K. Doehring with contributions by various authors on the topic. Covers the various aspects of diplomatic protection, including the relationship to human rights protection or diplomatic protection under EU law.

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    Useful illustration of the traditional approach to diplomatic protection. Paris: Pedone, Contrasts the traditional state-centric view with a more progressive idea that there is considerable room for recognizing an individual right to protection. Also presents a critical study covering human rights protection and investment protection. Extends the analysis to different legal orders. PhD diss. Provides an in-depth analysis of the nature of diplomatic protection, the modalities of its exercise, its relation to the general law of state responsibility, and its application in practice in current international law. Argues that diplomatic protection is an appropriate mechanism for the protection of individual human rights. Resort to this mechanism by states should be encouraged in order to increase protection against violations of individual rights.

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      Related Articles about About Related Articles close popup. Introduction Diplomatic protection is one of the traditional concepts of classical international law that has developed over the centuries. General Overviews General works on diplomatic protection that cover the concept in its entirety are relatively rare. How to Subscribe Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions.