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Estrada Doctrine

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Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (3 ed.)

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Law, International Law
Length:
276 words

A doctrine of recognition of governments declared by Don Genaro Estrada, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, and published

executive certificate

executive certificate  

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‘At common law it is the practice of English courts to accept as conclusive statements by or on behalf of the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs relating ...
modes of recognition

modes of recognition  

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(1) Express declaration. There are many instances in which a new State or government has been expressly recognized as such in explicit terms, whether in direct communication, public announcement, ...
recognition

recognition  

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Law
N. (in international law)1 The process by which one state declares that another political entity fulfils the conditions of statehood (see state) and that it is willing to deal with it as a member of ...
Tobar doctrine

Tobar doctrine  

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This is a doctrine of non-recognition of governments first enunciated by Carlos Tobar, the Minister of Foreign Relations of Ecuador, in March 1907, and subsequently adopted into two treaties ...

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