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International Law and Diplomacy.

By: Chatterjee, Charles.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Independence : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (440 p.).ISBN: 9781136823848.Subject(s): Diplomacy | Foreign relations administration | International lawGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: International Law and DiplomacyDDC classification: 341.33 LOC classification: JZ1405 .C43 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Cases; Introduction; Chapter 1. Certain Essential Terms; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Belligerency; 1.1.2 Buffer State; 1.1.3 Calvo Doctrine; 1.1.4 Casus Belli; 1.1.5 Casus Foederis; 1.1.6 Cold War; 1.1.7 Comity; 1.1.8 Concordat; 1.1.9 Condominium; 1.1.10 Contadora Group; 1.1.11 Consular Invoice; 1.1.12 Coup d'état; 1.1.13 Démarche; 1.1.14 Denunciation; 1.1.15 Depositories; 1.1.16 Détente; 1.1.17 Diplomatic Asylum; 1.1.18 Diplomatic Relations; 1.1.19 Domino Theory; 1.1.20 Envoys; 1.1.21 Estrada Doctrine
1.1.22 Exequatur1.1.23 Extradition; 1.1.24 Formal Apology; 1.1.25 Franchise du quartier or jus quarteriorum; 1.1.26 Full Powers; 1.1.27 Governments in Exile; 1.1.28 Hot Pursuit; 1.1.29 Incognito Travelling; 1.1.30 In Dubio Mitius; 1.1.31 Internationally Injurious Acts of Diplomatic Envoys; 1.1.32 Inter-temporal Law; 1.1.33 Juges Consuls or Consuls Marchands; 1.1.34 Jus Cogens; 1.1.35 Laissez-passer; 1.1.36 Lateran Treaty of 1929; 1.1.37 Monroe Doctrine; 1.1.38 Nemo Plus Juris Transferre Potest Quam Ipse Habet; 1.1.39 Notarial Act; 1.1.40 Plenipotentiary; 1.1.41 Plenipotentiary Conference
1.1.42 Procés-verbal1.1.43 Plurilingual Treaties; 1.1.44 Protocol; 1.1.45 Punctationes; 1.1.46 Rapporteur; 1.1.47 Rapproachment; 1.1.48 Recognition de facto; 1.1.49 Recognition de jure; 1.1.50 Regents; 1.1.51 Res Extra Commercium; 1.1.52 Reservations; 1.1.53 Right of Expatriation; 1.1.54 Servitudes; 1.1.55 Territorial Asylum; 1.1.56 Travaux Préparatoires; 1.1.57 Uti Possidetis Juris; 1.1.58 Vatican City in International Law; 1.1.59 Veto; 1.1.60 Volte face; 1.1.61 Warships in Foreign Waters; 1.2 Conclusions
Chapter 2. A Brief Account of the Historical Growth and Development of Diplomatic Relations2.1 Introduction; 2.2 A Brief Account of Historical Growth and Development of Diplomatic Relations; 2.3 Conclusions; Chapter 3. Sovereignty; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Meaning and Characteristics of Sovereignty; 3.3 Types of Jurisdiction; 3.3.1 The Territoriality Principle; 3.3.2 The Nationality Principle; 3.3.3 The Passive Personality Principle; 3.3.4 The Protective Principle; 3.3.5 The Universality Principle; 3.4 Extension of Jurisdiction by means of Treaties; 3.5 Abuse of Sovereignty
3.6 The Extraterritorial Application of EC Competition Law3.7 Conclusions; Chapter 4. Ethics in Diplomacy; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Is there anything called ''international morality''?; 4.3 Ethics in Diplomacy and Politics of Diplomacy; 4.4 What role may Ethics in Diplomacy play in restraining Politics of Diplomacy?; 4.5 Is Multilateral Diplomacy totally short of ethics?; 4.6 Conclusions; Chapter 5. Diplomacy and Diplomats; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 What is Diplomacy?; 5.3 What are the attributes of an Ideal Diplomat?; 5.4 Diplomatic Studies and International Law; 5.5 Functions of a Diplomat
5.6 Conclusions
Summary: <P>In this work the author explores the subjects of sovereignty, diplomacy and the function of diplomats, diplomatic missions, protocol, ethics in diplomacy, the role of Ministries of Foreign Affairs, intergovernmental conferences and the United Nations.</P><P>It:</P><UL><LI>includes a useful glossary of over sixty essential terms (such as Calvo Doctrine, Extradition, Rapporteur and <EM>Uti Possidetis Juris</EM>)</LI><LI>clearly relates the conduct of diplomacy to the principles of international law. </LI><P></P><P></P></UL><P>This volume will appeal to graduate and undergraduate students stud
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Cover ; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Cases; Introduction; Chapter 1. Certain Essential Terms; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Belligerency; 1.1.2 Buffer State; 1.1.3 Calvo Doctrine; 1.1.4 Casus Belli; 1.1.5 Casus Foederis; 1.1.6 Cold War; 1.1.7 Comity; 1.1.8 Concordat; 1.1.9 Condominium; 1.1.10 Contadora Group; 1.1.11 Consular Invoice; 1.1.12 Coup d'état; 1.1.13 Démarche; 1.1.14 Denunciation; 1.1.15 Depositories; 1.1.16 Détente; 1.1.17 Diplomatic Asylum; 1.1.18 Diplomatic Relations; 1.1.19 Domino Theory; 1.1.20 Envoys; 1.1.21 Estrada Doctrine

1.1.22 Exequatur1.1.23 Extradition; 1.1.24 Formal Apology; 1.1.25 Franchise du quartier or jus quarteriorum; 1.1.26 Full Powers; 1.1.27 Governments in Exile; 1.1.28 Hot Pursuit; 1.1.29 Incognito Travelling; 1.1.30 In Dubio Mitius; 1.1.31 Internationally Injurious Acts of Diplomatic Envoys; 1.1.32 Inter-temporal Law; 1.1.33 Juges Consuls or Consuls Marchands; 1.1.34 Jus Cogens; 1.1.35 Laissez-passer; 1.1.36 Lateran Treaty of 1929; 1.1.37 Monroe Doctrine; 1.1.38 Nemo Plus Juris Transferre Potest Quam Ipse Habet; 1.1.39 Notarial Act; 1.1.40 Plenipotentiary; 1.1.41 Plenipotentiary Conference

1.1.42 Procés-verbal1.1.43 Plurilingual Treaties; 1.1.44 Protocol; 1.1.45 Punctationes; 1.1.46 Rapporteur; 1.1.47 Rapproachment; 1.1.48 Recognition de facto; 1.1.49 Recognition de jure; 1.1.50 Regents; 1.1.51 Res Extra Commercium; 1.1.52 Reservations; 1.1.53 Right of Expatriation; 1.1.54 Servitudes; 1.1.55 Territorial Asylum; 1.1.56 Travaux Préparatoires; 1.1.57 Uti Possidetis Juris; 1.1.58 Vatican City in International Law; 1.1.59 Veto; 1.1.60 Volte face; 1.1.61 Warships in Foreign Waters; 1.2 Conclusions

Chapter 2. A Brief Account of the Historical Growth and Development of Diplomatic Relations2.1 Introduction; 2.2 A Brief Account of Historical Growth and Development of Diplomatic Relations; 2.3 Conclusions; Chapter 3. Sovereignty; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Meaning and Characteristics of Sovereignty; 3.3 Types of Jurisdiction; 3.3.1 The Territoriality Principle; 3.3.2 The Nationality Principle; 3.3.3 The Passive Personality Principle; 3.3.4 The Protective Principle; 3.3.5 The Universality Principle; 3.4 Extension of Jurisdiction by means of Treaties; 3.5 Abuse of Sovereignty

3.6 The Extraterritorial Application of EC Competition Law3.7 Conclusions; Chapter 4. Ethics in Diplomacy; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Is there anything called ''international morality''?; 4.3 Ethics in Diplomacy and Politics of Diplomacy; 4.4 What role may Ethics in Diplomacy play in restraining Politics of Diplomacy?; 4.5 Is Multilateral Diplomacy totally short of ethics?; 4.6 Conclusions; Chapter 5. Diplomacy and Diplomats; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 What is Diplomacy?; 5.3 What are the attributes of an Ideal Diplomat?; 5.4 Diplomatic Studies and International Law; 5.5 Functions of a Diplomat

5.6 Conclusions

<P>In this work the author explores the subjects of sovereignty, diplomacy and the function of diplomats, diplomatic missions, protocol, ethics in diplomacy, the role of Ministries of Foreign Affairs, intergovernmental conferences and the United Nations.</P><P>It:</P><UL><LI>includes a useful glossary of over sixty essential terms (such as Calvo Doctrine, Extradition, Rapporteur and <EM>Uti Possidetis Juris</EM>)</LI><LI>clearly relates the conduct of diplomacy to the principles of international law. </LI><P></P><P></P></UL><P>This volume will appeal to graduate and undergraduate students stud

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