Inter-State Accountability for Violations of Human Rights

Inter-State Accountability for Violations of Human Rights

Inter-State Accountability for Violations of Human Rights

Inter-State Accountability for Violations of Human Rights

Synopsis

Menno T. Kamminga challenges one of the cornerstones of classic international law: the presumption that states are entitled to exercise diplomatic protection only on behalf of their own nationals. Kamminga systematically reexamines this position, arguing that if a state violates its international human rights obligations, other states are entitled to exercise full protection on behalf of the victims, regardless of their nationality.

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