- Nationality of individuals — Responsibility of states — Wrongful acts
This chapter begins with discussions of the doctrine of the freedom of states in matters of nationality and the general principles on which nationality has traditionally been based. It then considers the effective link principle and the decision in Nottebohm, and next, reviews the application of rules of international law, concluding with a functional approach to nationality.
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