In Chapters 12 to 15, the concepts of sovereign debtors, liquidity crises, and external debt were explored; a legal framework for dealing with defaults and rescheduling was examined; the role of sovereign immunities was reviewed; and the pitfalls and hazards of debt rescheduling were addressed. Experts have long sought a means to resolve sovereign liquidity crises through the application of law. One important avenue that has from time to time been suggested is to build on the jurisprudence that surrounds the meaning and interpretation of Article VIII, Section 2 (b) of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund.1