- State entities and attribution — Customary international law — Umbrella clause — Responsibility of states — Attribution
This chapter presents an overview of the basic rules of attribution laid down in the ILC Articles. It provides a clear idea of the extent to which a state may be held responsible under international law for the conduct of state organs and others who exercise governmental authority. Topics discussed include applicability of ILC articles, general rules of attribution, attribution and federal states, and attribution and umbrella clauses.
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