Participation and the Protection of Citizens Abroad in International Law
While the concept of protecting citizens abroad is a familiar one in public debate and international law, the practice of protection is little studied. Two ideas define the way in which the protection of citizens abroad is understood. Since the early twentieth century, international legal scholarship has contemplated the protection of citizens abroad through the decisions of international courts and tribunals. Many legal and non-legal measures may be taken to protect a citizen from a violation...[Show more]
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