1 According to the traditional understanding of international law only some of the various actors on the international scene are subjects of international law and thus possess international legal personality. International law replaced the medieval order of Europe by creating legal relations between entities claiming to be sovereign (Sovereignty), equal and independent (Territorial Integrity and Political Independence; see also History of International Law, Ancient Times to 1648). In fact, the international legal personality of these entities was a necessary...
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