Where a state grants a right of passage through its territory to a foreign armed force, it thereby waives its jurisdiction over the force and its members and permits their conduct to be regulated by the disciplinary bodies of the force1. It is not clear whether, at customary international law, a foreign armed force and its members who are stationed in, as opposed to passing through, the territory of a foreign state are entitled to immunity from the jurisdiction of the state in which they are stationed, and
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