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(p. 566) 26. Consequences of an Internationally Wrongful Act 

(p. 566) 26. Consequences of an Internationally Wrongful Act
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(p. 566) 26. Consequences of an Internationally Wrongful Act
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James Crawford

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10.1093/he/9780199699698.003.0026
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date: 18 October 2019

In the event of an internationally wrongful act by a state or other subject of international law, other states or subjects may be entitled to respond. This may be done by invoking the responsibility of the wrongdoer, seeking cessation and/or reparation, or (if no other remedy is available) possibly by taking countermeasures. This chapter discusses international law governing cessation, reparation, invocation.

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