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Legal and Historical Elements of Latvia’s Restoration of Independence

In: Baltic Yearbook of International Law Online
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Jānis Lazdiņšnull

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Ainārs Lerhisnull

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Jānis Plepsnull

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Ineta Ziemelenull

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Latvia claimed its continuity as a State after fifty years of unlawful occupation by the Soviet Union. International law contains several criteria for substantiating a claim for continuity of a State. Latvia attempted to ensure the continuity of the four elements of statehood and pre-occupation legal obligations both on the international and the national level.

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