1 An enclave in international law is an isolated part of the territory of a State, which is entirely surrounded by the territory of only one foreign State—the surrounding, enclaving, or host State—so that it has no communication with the territory of the State to which it belongs—the mother or home State—other than through the territory of the host State. Seen from the latter’s perspective, such territory is an exclave. Contiguous areas that are accessible only via the territory of another State notwithstanding their geographical connection to the home...
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