Generally speaking a State is not obliged to admit aliens to its territory, but once it has done so, it is under an obligation toward the alien’s State of nationality to provide a degree of protection to his person or property in accordance with an international minimum standard of treatment for aliens. Failure to do this may result in an internationally wrongful act or omission engaging the responsibility of the host State. Diplomatic protection is the procedure employed by the injured alien’s State of nationality to secure compliance with the primary rules of...
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