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

By B. Sen (auth.)

It offers me nice excitement to write 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 aspect of the British international provider, I had now not been operating for lengthy within the international place of work earlier than I conceived the belief of writing - or at any fee compiling - a booklet to which (in my very own brain) I gave the identify of "A ~fanual of international workplace 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 reliable discretion. yet this didn't fear me as i used to be purely considering anything for personal move in the provider and in govt circles. :Mr. Sen's objective has been broader and extra public-spirited than mine was once; yet its foundation is basically the same.

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Similarly, in the countries of South and South East Asia and the Islamic countries of West Asia the missions by and large were of a temporary character which were sent for a specific purpose whether it be political, economic, or cultural. It was the Italian 1 Khadduri, War and Peace in the Law of Islam. 6 DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS, FUNCTIONS AND PRIVILEGES Republics, and Venice in particular, which were the first to recognise the advantages of maintaining permanent diplomatic missions at each other's capitals and introduced the practice of so doing.

The Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee in its Draft Convention on the subject has recommended that even if a state gives such consent, it can withdraw the consent at any time. 2 Article 8 of the Vienna Convention 1961 provides that members of the diplomatic staff of the mission should in principle be of the nationality of the sending state. It is further provided that members of the diplomatic staff may not be appointed from the nationals of the receiving state except with the consent of that state which may be withdrawn at any time.

Mohd. Ismail who was an Indian national. This case is, however, not a direct illustration of a national of the receiving state being received as a diplomatic envoy since both India and Pakistan at that time were dominions owing allegiance to the Crown and the Indian and Pakistani citizenship 1 Satow, op. , p. I38. ESTABLISHMENT AND CONDUCT laws had not been finalised. But since occasions may arise for accreditation of a national of a receiving state, the International Law Commission recommended that such appointments should be made only with the express consent of the receiving state.

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