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In 2001 the International Law Commission finally adopted on second reading the Draft Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts with commentaries, bringing to an end nearly 50 years of ILC work on the subject. This article reviews the final group of changes to the text, focusing on the definitions of 'injury' and 'damage', assurances of non-repetition in the light of the LaGrand case, procedural aspects of countermeasures and the controversy over measures taken indoi:10.1093/ejil/12.5.963 fatcat:rgr2p5v7o5bwthynhyqsh6unuy