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How can a foreign sovereign be brought into an American courtroom to answer for its bad acts? Charles Camp and Kiran Nasir Gore address this question through the lens of the US Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act in their latest article for The World Financial Review. They cover brief historical context, opportunities, and the latest developments. In sum, the FSIA remains a powerful tool to be wielded by aggrieved litigants, guided by expert legal advisers, when the foreign State acts more like a private player than a sovereign. 

The article is available online and in the November/December 2021 print edition of The World Financial Review.