Estrada doctrine

Filed Under: International Law

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A policy, named after the Mexican foreign minister who first propounded it in 1930, under which a state abstains from taking any position on the validity of a new government in another state, on the basis that taking such a position would constitute an unjustified interference in the domestic affairs of that other state.

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