A Diplomat’s Handbook of International Law and Practice by B. Sen (auth.) PDF

By B. Sen (auth.)

ISBN-10: 9401181594

ISBN-13: 9789401181594

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ISBN-13: 9789401187923

It provides me nice excitement to write down a foreword to :\1r. Sen's first-class e-book, and for 2 purposes specifically. within the first position, in generating it, Mr. Sen has performed anything vvhich i've got lengthy felt had to be performed, and which I at one time had am­ bitions to do myself. \Vhen, over thirty years in the past, and after a few years of perform on the Bar, I first entered the felony part of the British overseas provider, I had no longer been operating for lengthy within the overseas place of work earlier than I conceived the belief of writing - or at any price compiling - a booklet to which (in my very own brain) I gave the identify of "A ~fanual of international place of work legislations. " This paintings, had I ever produced it within the shape within which I visualised it, may possibly not really were released con­ sistently with the necessities of professional discretion. yet this didn't fear me as i used to be simply considering anything for personal circulate in the provider and in govt circles. :Mr. Sen's objective has been broader and extra public-spirited than mine used to be; yet its foundation is largely the same.

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Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ceylon under their constitutions recognise the British sovereign as their Queen and as the head of state. Malaya has its own elected head of state whilst recognising the British sovereign as the head of the Commonwealth. In practice today almost all the countries of the Commonwealth receive and accredit envoys, and exchange among themselves representatives known as High Commissioners. The countries of the Commonwealth since the Statute of Westminster 1931 are fully independent states both internally and externally, and the fact that some of them recognise the same institution as their common head of state due to historical or sentimental reasons makes no difference I4 DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS, FUNCTIONS AND PRIVILEGES to the position.

100-101. 24 DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS, FUNCTIONS AND PRIVILEGES to internal Foreign Service Rules and Regulations of the countries concerned. Appointment 0/ the head 0/ mission Appointment of diplomatic representatives is made by and in the name of the head of the state, though he is usually advised by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and such other officials as may be necessary in accordance with constitutional practice in each country. In most cases, the preliminary selection is made by a board of senior officers of the government who report to the Minister for Foreign Affairs.

However, in former times before the First World War the component states of the German Empire like Bavaria used to send and receive diplomatic envoys from the other states constituting the German Empire as well as foreign states. R. is, however, not so very clear as two of such states, namely Ukraine and Byelorussia, are members of the United Nations. Nevertheless, from the point of view of international law, it would seem that these states do not possess the right of legation. The Commonwealth 0/ Nations The position of the Commonwealth of Nations requires to be specially mentioned.

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