This Note will address the various avenues along which the reparation recipients might pursue the vindication of their right to reparations. Part I will provide background information on the Dirty War, reconciliation process, reparation laws and the economic events that resulted in Argentina's sovereign debt crisis. Part I will also describe the various sources of law both domestic and international upholding the right to reparations. Part II will explore the various cases that have interpreted this right and the implications they have on the reparation recipients' possible remedies. Part III will analyze which of these remedies seems most likely to yield a favorable result for the reparation recipients.
Christina M. Wilson,
Argentina's Reparations Bonds: An Analysis of Continuing Obligations,
28 Fordham Int'l L.J. 786
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