This Note argues that constructive wrongful expulsion can result from state-inspired propaganda implemented by mobs that evolve into a sucesful revolutionary movement. Part I discusses the recent decisions of the Tribunal. Part II examines the generally-accepted principles of international law used in determining what constitutes unlawful conduct by a state and in attributing that conduct to a state. Part III proposes that the elements of state responsibility can be fulfilled under circumstances similar to those created during the Islamic Revolution.
Ruth L. Cove,
State Responsibility for Constructive Wrongful Expulsion of Foreign Nationals,
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