A state may not enforce its own laws or obedience to them in the territory of a foreign state by indirect means, such as by ordering an alien over whom it has personal jurisdiction to do or to refrain from doing an act in the foreign state, without the consent of that foreign state. This prohibition applies to measures taken by way of economic sanctions and intended to operate extraterritorially over persons and property
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