Carlo Calvi (Calvo Carlos)( Argentine historian and diplomat.)
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Biography Carlo Calvi (Calvo Carlos)
Born in Buenos Aires on February 26, 1824. Known primarily as the author of the doctrine that bears his name, under which foreign nationals are required to sue in local courts, rather than the diplomatic missions of their countries. Under this doctrine, the government is not responsible for damages caused to foreigners as a result of internal strife and civil wars. Launched in 1868, . Calvo doctrine was developed in 1902 in "Doctrine Drago ', . which provided an exception to the international practice of military intervention to compel the State of the debtor to pay damages or to pay the debts of his subjects that Power,
. Calvo was ambassador to Germany, Britain and France. In 1884 helped found the Institute of International Law. Also known as the author of Theory and Practice of International Law in Europe and America (Derecho internacional terico y prctico de Europa y America, 1863). Another difficulty is his monumental 15-volume edition of the Latin American diplomatic documents issued in 1862-1867. In the period 1864-1875 published a 5-languishing Historical annals of Latin American War of Independence (Annales historiques de la rvolution de l'Amrique latine). Calvo died in Paris on 4 May 1906.