While State responsibility is a well-known notion in international law, the international civil responsibility of private individuals, whether individuals or juridical persons, is not a well-defined and generally accepted concept. Often, it is an ensemble of rules of international and domestic law which define the rights and obligations of private individuals. Ideally, one could speak of international responsibility if all the questions pertaining to it were regulated by rules forming part of international law. But the evolution of the regime of individual...
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