SOCIAL RECIPROCITY

At present, reciprocity is considered a universally accepted principle of international law, essential application in international relations, under which, in the absence of standard applicable to a subject, or as a complement to an existing rule, a State adopts a certain behavior in a symmetrical response to that adopted by another State. This mechanism, fully tested, which has been good for centuries by states and their elites, should be good, too, without any problem, by its citizens. For example, remember that in terms of diplomatic status to the Vienna Convention…

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