In relation to persons who possess more than one nationality1, although at one time it was thought that the state of one of those nationalities could not in general present a claim arising out of an injury to such a person arising out of acts attributable to the state of his other nationality and that rule was embodied in a multilateral treaty provision2, the general rule appears to be that a claim can be brought against another state of nationality if the claimant state is the state of
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