Quite apart from the direct breach of its own obligations, a state or international organisation may incur responsibility as the result of its actions in connection with the internationally wrongful act of another state or international organisation1. Responsibility may arise due to the fact that the state or international organisation provides aid or assistance in relation to a breach by another state or international organisation of its own international obligations, because it directs and controls another state or international
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