The Consequences of State Recognition or Non-Recognition in UK and International Law
Ralph Wilde, Reader in Law, University College London
Andrew Cannon, Legal Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Chair: Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Associate Fellow, International Law, Chatham House
Issues such as participation in international agreements on air services and other such matters, and accepting the judgments of another country's courts, may depend on whether or not a State recognises a country as a State. The speakers will discuss the law and practice on the consequences of recognition.