Successor State

Some articles on successor state, successor, state, states:

Situation Calculus - Formulae - The Successor State Axioms
... The successor state axioms "solve" the frame problem in the situation calculus ... under which action in situation makes the fluent become true in the successor situation ... under which performing action in situation makes fluent false in the successor situation ...
Belavezha Accords - Legal Basis and Ratification
... ...The fate of the multinational state cannot be determined by the will of the leaders of three republics ... by constitutional means with the participation of all sovereign states and taking into account the will of all their citizens ... Even worse, it appeared at the moment when the draft treaty for a Union of Sovereign States, drafted by the USSR State Council, was being discussed by the parliaments of the republics ...
Stranded Pakistanis - Refugee Crisis
... Also, the Pakistani government believed that since Bangladesh was the successor state of East Pakistan, it had to absorb these refugees just as Pakistan (West) did with the many millions of refugees (including 200,000 ... International observers believe that Bangladesh, as the successor state, needs to fulfill its international obligations and grant citizenship to this officially stateless ethnic group, or arrange for the ... his Bengali counterpart to accept the refugees as citizens of the successor state of East Pakistan ...

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