This article deals with four issues: (1) The effort of the International Law Commission of the United Nations to codify jurisdictional immunity. (2) The theoretical and practical Czechoslovak approach toward the institution of jurisdictional immunity of States and the Draft Convention, and a prediction of possible change of the Czechoslovak view. (3) The changing views of East European scholars. (4) An analysis of particular provisions of the Draft Convention with respect to their acceptability by States with different socioeconomic systems and especially by Czechoslovakia.
Vladimir Balaš & Monika Pauknerová,
The Czechoslovak Approach to the Draft Convention on Jurisdictional Immunitites of States and Their Property,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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