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

By B. Sen (auth.)

It supplies me nice excitement to jot down a foreword to :\1r. Sen's first-class e-book, and for 2 purposes particularly. within the first position, in generating it, Mr. Sen has performed whatever 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 facet of the British international provider, I had no longer been operating for lengthy within the overseas place of work sooner than I conceived the assumption of writing - or at any expense compiling - a publication to which (in my very own brain) I gave the name of "A ~fanual of overseas workplace legislations. " This paintings, had I ever produced it within the shape within which I visualised it, may well not likely were released con­ sistently with the necessities of reputable discretion. yet this didn't fear me as i used to be in basic terms considering whatever for personal flow in the carrier and in govt circles. :Mr. Sen's target has been broader and extra public-spirited than mine used to be; yet its foundation is basically the same.

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The fact that a particular individual is known to hold a strong political belief in favour of certain ideologies often constitutes a ground for refusal to accept him. In Satow's A Guide to Diplomatic Practice, certain past instances are mentioned, 1 such as the refusal of Emperor Nicholas of Russia to receive Sir Stratford Canning in I832 on the ostensible ground that the appointment was made without previous notice having been given. Sweden in I757 refused to accept the British envoy Goodrich because after his appointment he had visited a prince with whom Sweden was at war.

The Conference defined the status of the Crown on the one hand as the head of the Commonwealth, and on the other hand as the head of the member 'nations' of the Commonwealth which accepted the Crown as the head of state as well. In 1950 India declared herself a Republic within the Commonwealth having its own head of state but recognising the British Crown as the head of the Commonwealth. Pakistan and Ghana subsequently also adopted for themselves a similar status. Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ceylon under their constitutions recognise the British sovereign as their Queen and as the head of state.

Charles Calvo, the well known Latin American jurist, writing on "Diplomatic Intercourse" states, "One of the essential attributes of the sovereignty and independence of nations is the right of legation, which is the right to be represented abroad by diplomatic and consular agents .... , 1896, Vol. I77. Judge Lauterpacht in the eighth edition of Oppenheim observes. "Obviously a state is not bound to send diplomatic envoys or to receive permanent envoys. " Oppenheim, International Law, Vol. , p. 770.

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