In some respects, international law requires only that a state should accord the same treatment to aliens1 as it does to its own nationals2. Thus, a state has the right to require that an alien should pay taxes and local rates3, undertake jury service if it is asked of him or her4, be subject to billeting of troops and to belligerent military requisitions in time of national emergency5, and serve in the police and the militia6. It appears, however, that an alien
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