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Introduction to the Symposium on the Present and Future of Foreign Official Immunity

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1 See Arrest Warrant of 11 April 2000 (Dem. Rep. Congo v. Belg.), 2002 ICJ Rep. 3 (Feb. 14).

2 For discussion of some of the relevant state practice since the Pinochet case, including national case law, see Jones v. U.K., 2014 Eur. Ct. H.R. 176.

3 For an earlier AJIL Unbound symposium relating to this International Law Commission project, see Symposium on the Immunity of State Officials, 109 AJIL Unbound (2015), with essays from William Dodge, Chimène Keitner, and Roger O'Keefe.

4 See Int'l Law Comm'n, Report on the Work of Its Sixty-Ninth Session, UN Doc. A/72/10 (Sept. 11, 2017).

5 See id. at 164-65.

6 Id. at 178-79.

8 Id. at 8.

9 Id. at 8.

11 See Hazel Fox & Philippa Webb, The Law of State Immunity (3d ed. 2015).

12 See Philippa Webb, How Far Does the Systemic Approach to Immunities Take Us?, 112 AJIL Unbound 16 (2018).

13 Id. at 19.

15 Id. at 25.

18 Id. at 30.

19 Id. at 27.

21 Id. at 36.

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