Do States have a Moral Obligation to Obey International Law? (Symposium on Treaties, Enforcement, And U.S. Sovereignty) - Stanford Law School

Do States have a Moral Obligation to Obey International Law? (Symposium on Treaties, Enforcement, And U.S. Sovereignty)

By Stanford Law School

  • Release Date - Published: 2003-05-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Stanford Law School
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INTRODUCTION In 1960 Israeli agents kidnapped Adolf Eichmann from Argentine territory. This violation of international law sparked protests from all quarters. Israel, having accomplished its goal, apologized to Argentina, which had no great desire to draw attention to its colony of former Nazis and accepted the apology. (1) The world turned its eyes to Eichmann's trial, and the incident was forgotten.

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