This Article assesses the relation between State responsibility under international law and international liability of States for injurious consequences that arise out of activities within their jurisdiction or control and that affect other States or nationals of other States. Part II examines the historical developments of State responsibility and international liability. Part III compares and contrasts elements of State responsibility and international liability. Part IV concludes that further study and development of State responsibility and international liability should be continued and encouraged.
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