State Immunity in International Law

@inproceedings{Yang2012StateII,
  title={State Immunity in International Law},
  author={Xiaodong Yang},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction 1. The history of state immunity 2. General principles 3. Commercial activity 4. Contracts of employment 5. Non-commercial torts 6. Separate entities 7. Expropriation 8. Waiver of immunity 9. Measures of constraint 10. State immunity and human rights violations 11. The genesis of the UN convention General conclusions. 

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