368. Causation and remoteness of damage.

368.     Causation and remoteness of damage.

Given that the obligation to make reparation of the state or international organisation responsible for the breach of an international obligation is to efface all the consequences of the unlawful act, the obligation to make reparation extends so as cover all those consequences which flow from the breach of the obligation and are proximate consequences of it1. Losses which are the consequence only of an unexpected concatenation of circumstances are excluded2. The conduct of the victim as contributing to his losses may be taken into account3.