The international wrong committed by the responsible or host State generates an international responsibility which causes the legal relationship between it and the national State of the alien to change, so that the latter could require the responsible or host State to take certain remedial measures. These remedial measures stem from State responsibility and are reflected in the general law of State responsibility. This chapter discusses general principles applicable to State responsibility that are relevant to diplomatic protection that result from the violation of international rules relating to the treatment of aliens.
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