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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Satow, Ernest Mason, Sir, 1843-1929.
Satow's Guide to diplomatic practice.
London ; New York : Longman, 1979
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ernest Mason Satow; Paul Henry Gore-Booth Gore-Booth, Baron; Desmond Pakenham
|Description:||xix, 544 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Preface; Biographical Note on Satow; Acknowledgements; BOOK I: DIPLOMACY IN GENERAL; 1. Diplomacy; 2. Privileges and immunities of the head of a foreign state; 3. The minister for foreign affairs; 4. Procedence among states and similar matters; 5. Titles and precedence among sovereigns; 6. Maritime honours; 7. The language and forms of diplomatic intercourse; 8. Credentials and full powers; BOOK II: DIPLOMATIC AGENTS IN GENERAL; 9. Right of legislation; 10. The selection of diplomatic agents; 11. Classification of diplomatic agents; 12. Persona grata; 13. Diplomatic agent proceeding to his post; 14. Privileges and immunities of diplomatic agents; 15. Immunities of diplomactic agents; 16. Privileges if diplomatic agents; 17. Families, junior staff and local nationals; 18. Diplomatic agents in third states; 19. Special missions; 20. The diplomatic body (corps diplomatique); 21. Termination of a diplomatic mission; 22. Breach of diplomatic reasons; 23. Attacks on embassies; 24. Kidnapping of diplomats; 25. Diplomacy and radio; BOOK III: CONSULAR MATTERS; 26. The appointment of counsuls; 27. Functions, privileges and immunities of consuls; BOOK IV: INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS; 28. Congress and conferences; 29. Treaties and other international instruments - I General definition; 30. Treaties and other international instruments - II Pact, Constitution, Charter, Statute, Regulations, Concordat, Additional Articles; 31. Treaties and other international instruments - III Act, General Act, Final Act, Modus Vivendi, Compromis d' Arbitage; 32. Treaties and other international instruments - IV Ratification, Accession, Acceptance and Approval; 33. Treaties and other international instruments - V Reservations, Notice of Termination and Registration; BOOK V: INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS; 34. The collective third party; 35. The United Nations: A way of life and work; 36. The United Nations - I The Charter and its operation; 37. The United Nations - II Specialised Agencies, regional commissions and special bodies; 38. The United Nations - III Peaceful settlement of international disputes; 39. The United Nations - IV The International Court of Justice; 40. Privileges and immunities of international organisations; 41. The Commonwealth of Nations; 42. Some regional organisations; 43. Post-1945 diplomacy; 44. Advice to diplomatists; Appendix i: Definitions and terms; ii: Conferences; iii: United Nations and membership; iv: Specialised agencies; v: Commonwealth membership; vi: Specialised diplomacy; Notes; Bibliography; Index|
|Other Titles:||Guide to diplomatic practice.
Guide to diplomatic practice