Diplomatic protection consists of the invocation by a state, through diplomatic action or other means of peaceful settlement, of the responsibility of another state for an injury caused by an internationally wrongful act of that state to a natural or legal person that is a national of the former state with a view to the implementation of such responsibility1. As such it is a sub-category of the general international law of state responsibility, relating specifically to the invocation of the responsibility of a state as a consequence of
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