Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 with amendments: a legislative history of Pub. L, Issues 94-583
This Act was designed to provide comprehensive clarificationas to when parties had recourse to the courts when assertingclaims against foreign states.Additional amendments since the 1976 Act have been included,such as the 1988 amendment which extended to commercialarbitration, the Antiterrorism and Effective Death PenaltyAct of 1996, and an Act to make technical corrections to theU.S. Code relating to lawsuits against terrorist states.
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