1 Questions of State extinction are closely connected to the concept of the State itself in international law with regard to both its understanding and regulation. Still, generally it has been argued that since customary international law provides for the criteria on which the existence of a State can be determined, extinction of States must be determined by reference to these same criteria. State practice and the development of the doctrine of State extinction show that this is only a starting point for further examination in the search for a modern concept of...
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