The International Legal Issue of Attribution of Conduct to a State – The Case Law of the International Courts and Tribunals

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Sylwia Stryjkowska

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The article aims to broaden the subject of the attribution of conduct to a State by pre-senting different grounds for attributing State responsibility. It surveys main the prin-ciples of attribution, which were affirmed in international judicial decisions and specifies circumstances which extend beyond the general rule under which States incur responsi-bility only for the conduct of its organs. The provisions of the Articles on the Responsi-bility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts constitute a primary point of reference of the research and are followed by examples of their practical application.

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Stryjkowska, S. (2018). The International Legal Issue of Attribution of Conduct to a State – The Case Law of the International Courts and Tribunals. Przegląd Prawniczy Uniwersytetu Im. Adama Mickiewicza, 8. https://doi.org/10.14746/ppuam.2018.8.10
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