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Title: International Law and State Succession: A Solution to the Iraqi Debt Crisis?
Available From: http://heinonline.org/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/utahlr2005&div=17&g_sent=1#411
Description: As the introduction to this article points out, the geopolitical structure of the world has changed greatly in the twentieth century. Among the dramatic changes which have taken place are the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the end of colonization resulting in over one hundred new states and the rise and fall of numerous dictators. With these regime changes, state succession and international law have become increasingly important when looking at the issue of how to transfer legal responsibility from one state to another. In this article, Kevin Anderson looks at international legal principles and historical precedents to explain what steps are necessary in order to resolve the Iraqi debt situation.
The article appears in: 2005 Utah Law Review 401 (Issue #2)
EISIL Categories: Home > States & Groups of States > Statehood > State Succession
Keywords: economic law
state succession
Language(s): English
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