Part II Personality and Recognition, 4 Subjects of International Law
James R Crawford
- Statehood, legitimacy — Territory, non-self-governing — Nationality of individuals
This chapter on subjects of international law discusses established legal persons and special types of personality. Established legal persons cover states, entities legally proximate to states, entities recognized as belligerents, international administration of territories prior to independence, international organizations, and individuals. Special types of personality cover public and private corporations, non-self-governing peoples, and entities sui generis.