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Vienna Convention On Diplomatic Relations

into war. To be even more specific, diplomacy at the world political level refers to a communication process that has been institutionalized and professionalized over many centuries. The former practices and methods, states conduct their foreign relations, including the exchange of ambassadors, the dispatch of messages among official representatives and the participation in face-to-face negotiations. Security is the degree of resistance to, or protection from, harm. It is the sense of freedom from...

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summary of the vienna convention

 Introduction The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 is a treaty which gives a framework that governs diplomatic relations among different independent states in the world. It was a milestone in strengthening inter-state relationships. Ratified by 187 countries (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ViennaConvention), the Convention specifies the privileges of a diplomatic mission that enable diplomats to perform their functions without fear of coercion or harassment by the host country....

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Diplomatic Immunity

Diplomatic Immunity INTRODUCTION United Kingdom, 1982 While unloading the ship which carried the embassy's materials, one box marked "household effects" dropped from a forklift. More than six hundred pounds of marijuana worth 500,000 British pounds (1982 prices) spilled dockside. For centuries governments have used ambassadors, and diplomats to represent their nation. These special envoys have done everything from resolving years of conflict, deciding on how much humanitarian relief will be...

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Should a foreign state provide a mortgage for a diplomatic mission of another foreign state?

Diplomatic Law Should a foreign state provide a mortgage for a diplomatic mission of another foreign state? Until the beginning of the 20th Century was generally recognized the principle of international law according to which foreign states cannot be sued in courts of a foreign country (the principle of absolute immunity). This has proven to be unsustainable due to increasing economic activities of public authorities. It has been abandoned by most jurisdictions. In Germany for example...

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International Customs Law

customs operations. Powers that customs can exercise can be limited by international law through conventions and treaties which a state becomes party to especially where people can claim immunity or where vessels are on the high seas and in international waters. International conventions such as the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances affect the way in which...

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Deplomatic Imunity

commonly observe in their relations with each other, and which includes also: a) the rules of law relating to the functioning of international institutions or organizations, their relations with each other, and their relations with states and individuals; and b) Certain rules of law relating to individuals and non-state entities so for as the rights or duties of such individuals and non-state entities are the concern of the international community.[1] Diplomatic law is an important part...

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Diplomatic Mission

diplomatic mission - a mission serving diplomatic ends delegation, deputation, delegacy, commission, mission - a group of representatives or delegates foreign mission, legation - a permanent diplomatic mission headed by a minister attache - a specialist assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission Accreditation denotes the appointment of a person to serve as diplomat of the sending state to the receiving state(s). A diplomat may be concurrently accredited to more than one country when the diplomatic...

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The Duties of the Diplomat

International Relations Question: A diplomat is an honest man sent abroad to lie for his country. Discuss (3,000 words, academically written) Diplomats have generally been considered members of an restricted and prominent occupation. The public image of diplomats has been described as "a caricature of pinstriped men gliding their way around a never-ending global cocktail party. (Samuel P. Huntington and Warren Demian Manshel) J. W. Burton has noted that "despite the absence of any specific...

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Devyani Khobragade

Devyani Khobragade: India, US contradicting each other 0 0 Tw eet Recommend StumbleUp Submit Jan 8, 2014, 06.00AM IST Tags: settlement option | open | net worth | Insurability By: Jay Manoj Sanklecha The dust is yet to settle on the diplomatic row between India and the US over the arrest and prosecution of Indian deputy consul Devyani Khobragade in New York for the violation of US immigration laws. While the US has maintained the arrest and prosecution is in accordance with international...

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The Cause and Effect of solar energy

Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963 Done at Vienna on 24 April 1963. Entered into force on 19 March 1967. United Nations, Treaty Series, vo1. 596, p. 261 Copyright © United Nations 20052 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations Done at Vienna on 24 April 1963 The States Parties to the present Convention, Recalling that consular relations have been established between peoples since ancient times, Having in mind the Purposes and Principles of the Charter of the United Nations concerning...

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