The International Law Commission of the United Nations is engaged in studying a topic that at least some have argued should encompass aspects of many or all of the issues mentioned above. That topic is titled "International Liability for Injurious Consequences Arising out of Acts Not Prohibited by International Law" (hereinafter "international liability"). Part I of this Article briefly describes the Commission's current approach to international liability. Part II examines that approach in detail as it relates to developing states.
Daniel B. Magraw,
The International Law Commission's Study of International Liability for Nonprohibited Acts as It Relates to Developing States,
61 Wash. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol61/iss3/13