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59. (3) States where independence is recognized in consequence

of a successful revolt .

60. The various methods of recognition of independence

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113. I. A state has jurisdiction over all persons and things within its

territory, with a few exceptions

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Natural-born subjects

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115. Naturalized subjects

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116. International questions connected with naturalization

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117. Domiciled aliens

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118. Travellers passing through the territory

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119. Rules relating to various kinds of things within the territory 202

120. II. A state has jurisdiction over all its ships on the high seas 205

121. III. A state has limited jurisdiction over its subjects abroad 208

122. IV. A state has jurisdiction over pirates seized by its vessels 209

123. Distinction between piracy by the law of nations and piracy

by municipal law

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124, The slave trade not piracy by the law of nations. Attempts

to put it down by treaty

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125. The claim to jurisdiction over foreigners for offences committed

abroad.

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sovereigns and their suites .

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127. Exceptions to ordinary rules about jurisdiction :-(2) Diplomatic

agents of foreign states

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128. Exceptions to ordinary rules about jurisdiction :: (3) Public

armed forces of foreign states

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129. Exemption of public vessels of one state in the territorial

waters of another not absolute and complete.

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130. The case of political offenders and fugitive slaves .

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131. Exceptions to ordinary rules about jurisdiction :- - (4) Subjects

of Western states resident in Eastern countries.

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132. Extradition. A state is not obliged to grant it unless bound to

do so by treaty

133. The conditions generally inserted in extradition treaties 235

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156. The nature and definition of war

156. Modes of putting stress upon a state by violence which is not

held to amount to open war

157. (1) Reprisals.

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