Diplomatic Interference And The Law

Author: Paul Behrens
Publisher: Hart Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781849464369
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I recommend this book to diplomats, lawyers and the general reader: they will all read and refer to it with profit and immense pleasure.

Diplomatic Law

Author: Eileen Denza
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198703961
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Diplomatic Law provides this in-depth Commentary. The book is an essential guide to changing methods of modern diplomacy and shows how challenges to its regime of special protection for embassies and diplomats have been met and resolved.

Holocaust And Genocide Denial

Author: Paul Behrens
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317204166
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Paul Behrens, PhD, LLM, is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Law at the
University of Edinburgh. He has taught in the past at the University of Leicester, is
a member of the Surrey International Law Centre, Associate of the Stanley Burton
Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies and member of the Scottish Centre
for International Law. He has ... He has also published in the field of diplomatic
law, including the monograph Diplomatic Interference and the Law (Hart
Publishing 2016).

International Law And Diplomacy

Author: Andrew Jacovides
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 900420167X
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With a Foreword by Dame Rosalyn Higgins, this book offers useful insights into topical areas of international law and the interaction of law and diplomacy, as exemplified by the Cyprus Problem on which the author has particular expertise.

Diplomatic Law In A New Millennium

Author: Paul Behrens
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198795947
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diplomatic asylum (cont.) Meriam Ibrahim, US Embassy in Sudan 198–9 Asian
examples of 196–8 Czechoslovakia (1968) 192 definition of 180, 191, 199, 273n,
384 European examples of 184-96 historical and contemporary examples ... see
also diplomatic interference respect for laws and regulations of the receiving
State 249–52 use of the premises of the mission 261–5 diplomatic functions,
definition of 261–2 diplomatic immunity employment claims 121–3 international
norms ...

International Law Reports

Author: E. Lauterpacht
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521496483
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It has been expressed as "the right of the sending State to have its diplomatic
premises, its diplomatic personnel and all official records and communications
safeguarded against interference of any sort": D W Grieg, International Law, 2nd
ed, ... the receiving State": Parry, British Digest of International Law, vol 7, p 700,
cited in Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law, 4th ed, Oxford, 1990, p
353, n 37 and in F A Mann, Further Studies in International Law, Clarendon Press
, 1990, ...

The Ad Hoc Diplomat A Study In Municipal And International Law

Author: Maurice Waters
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401508976
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4 Gould, on the other hand, supports the contention that these immunities
commence as of the day when the diplomat is officially accredited.5 He further
argues that these immunities remain until accreditation ceases.6 The matter also
came up at the Vienna Diplomatic Convention in 1961. The Conference adopted
with little change the provisions of the International Law Commission Draft which
practically adopted the Harvard Draft referred to above. There is clarification
regarding the ...

Introduction Of The Study Of International Law

Author: Theodore Dwight Woolsey
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Such interference was an exception, and ''could not, without the utmost danger,
be incorporated into the ordinary diplomacy of states, or into the institutes of the
law of nations." * Soon after this, in the middle of 1821, a royalist insurrection
occurred in northern Spain, to which France <wreMof vero so far extended aid as
to allow the insurgents to na' °ot- 1822- gather along the borders, to retreat in
case of need across the line, and to make open preparation of arms and money
on French ...

A Diplomat S Handbook Of International Law And Practice

Author: Biswanath Sen
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401187924
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The modern tendency is, however, to allow immunities and privileges to an envoy
on the basis of “functional necessity”, that is to say, the immunities are to be
granted to the diplomats because they could not exercise their functions perfectly
unless they enjoyed such privileges. It is obvious that were they liable to ordinary
legal and political interference from the state or other individuals, and thus more
or less be dependent on the goodwill of the government of the state to which they
are ...