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Political entities are not always stable. States may cease to exist while other states may take their place. In some instances mergers between states may occur. The resources in this category deal with the area of international law known as state succession. They relate to the legal principles that apply when a state changes governments or sovereigns.



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Primary Documents
Draft Articles on Nationality of Natural Persons in Relation to the Succession of States
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Vienna Convention on Succession of States in Respect of State Property, Archives and Debts
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Vienna Convention on Succession of States in Respect of Treaties
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Web Sites
International Law Commission, Analytical Guide to the Practice of the International Law Commission
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Research Resources
Hong Kong Treaty Project Bibliography - State Succession
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International Law and State Succession: A Solution to the Iraqi Debt Crisis?
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State Succession in the Former Soviet Union and in Eastern Europe
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The Genocide Case, The Law of Treaties and State Succession,
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The Problem of State Succession and the Indentity of States Under International Law
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