On Citizens Abroad

The state must not use other than diplomatic means, and/or means mutually agreed to by both relevant states, to protect the interests of citizens in their private capacities while they are outside the nation.   Specifically, any physical operation by the state in foreign territory can only be undertaken with the permission of the corresponding foreign state, except in time of war when the foreign state has initiated physical military aggression directly within the territory of this nation, or within the territory of another nation with an imminent threat to do so within the territory of this nation.



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