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Though states ( or increasingly, international organizations ) are usually the only ones with standing to address a violation of international law, some treaties, such as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights have an optional protocol that allows individuals who have had their rights violated by member states to petition the international Human Rights Committee.
Investment treaties commonly and routinely provide for enforcement by individuals or investing entities.
and commercial agreements of foreigners with sovereign governments may be enforced on the international plane.

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