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Author: Pauline Maillet

they are indeed on French territory and not in an intermediary zone, like characters from Orphée’s testament who dwell between life and death. If a woman were to give birth in the transit zone, the child would be registered in France. Likewise, if an offence were committed, French police and

In: Nowhere Countries: Exclusion of Non-Citizens from Rights through Extra-Territoriality at Home
Author: Umair Ghori

resources needed for living (such as access to food, water, affordable energy and security, etc). Resultantly, the claim by Corporation A of indirect expropriation based on export controls may stand on a weak basis. In the case of Country Y (the second scenario discussed above), the outcome might be

In: New Zealand Yearbook of International Law