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Die zwei Körper des Königs: Das “Treiben” des thailändischen Monarchen in Bayern

Völkerrechtliche Tagesthemen: Spotlight (Folge 4)


König Rama X. – oder doch Privatmann Maha Vajiralongkorn? Wer “residiert” da aus Sicht des Völkerrechts in Garmisch-Partenkirchen und Tutzing? Darf er aus dem bayerischen “Homeoffice” heraus Hoheitsakte erlassen? Und was darf die Bundesrepublik Deutschland unternehmen? Zu all diesen Fragen spricht Prof. Dr. Andreas von Arnauld in der neuen Folge der “Völkerrechtlichen Tagesthemen: Spotlight”.

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