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The Creation of States in International Law, 2nd Edition by Crawford, James R (15th March 2007)

Part IV Issues of Commencement, Continuity and Extinction, Ch.17 The Extinction of States

James Crawford

From: The Creation of States in International Law (2nd Edition)

James R Crawford

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 29 May 2020

Intimately connected to the problem of identity and continuity, discussed in Chapter 16, is that of extinction: in what circumstances does a State become extinct so that the various incidents of succession are brought into play?1 The rules or presumptions discussed in Chapter 16 are equally relevant here. A State is not necessarily extinguished by substantial changes in territory, population or government, or even, in some cases, by a combination of all three. Continuation of a State entity under a regime such as a protectorate with some degree of international...
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