Duquesne Law Review


Recent developments in the area of state immunity evidence a substantial influence on the future of the doctrine in international law. The author discusses in detail the European Convention on State Immunity and Additional Protocol of 1972, the United States Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976, the British State Immunity Act of 1978, and the Singapore State Immunity Act of 1979. He compares the four and makes suggestions about how they have individually and collectively affected the development of the doctrine.

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