The commission of an internationally wrongful act engages the responsibility under international law of the state or international organisation responsible for the act or omission and entails secondary obligations, including in particular the obligation to make reparation for any damage caused1. In this sense, international responsibility is objective, in that the various secondary obligations which form the content of international responsibility come into being merely upon the occurrence of an internationally wrongful act2. As a consequence, the absence of a court or tribunal having jurisdiction to resolve disputes about compliance with a particular obligation under international law does not
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