RESPONSIBILITY OF STATES
150. International Delinquencies. -- For a failure to observe its international obligations, as also for a positive violation of the rights of other members of the international community, a State is internationally responsible.1 Such act of commission or omission is called an International Delinquency.2____________________
International delinquencies should also be distinguished from unfriendly or merely discourteous acts. For examples of international delinquencies, see 1 Oppenheim, §§ 155, 162-63.
On "State Responsibility for Acts of State Organs," see especially * Borchard, §§ 75-81; 1 Hyde, §§ 286-88; 6 Moore, Digest, §§ 998-1018; and 1 Oppenheim, §§ 157-63.
It should be noted that the international responsibility of a State "does