A Diplomat’s Handbook of International Law and Practice, 1st by B. Sen (auth.)

By B. Sen (auth.)

It provides me nice excitement to put in writing a foreword to :\1r. Sen's very good booklet, 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 criminal part of the British international carrier, I had now not been operating for lengthy within the international workplace prior to 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 legislation. " This paintings, had I ever produced it within the shape within which I visualised it, might not really were released con­ sistently with the necessities of respectable discretion. yet this didn't fear me as i used to be basically considering anything for personal stream in the provider and in govt circles. :Mr. Sen's goal has been broader and extra public-spirited than mine used to be; yet its foundation is largely the same.

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The constant need for watch for the sake of preservation of balance of power, and the friction amongst the princes of Germany produced diplomats of the calibre of Metternich and Bismark. The European nations in the course of trade and commerce through the 17th and 18th centuries were brought into contact with nations in other parts of the globe, and the instances of their envoys being sent to the eastern princes for negotiating treaties are not infrequent. Sir Thomas Roe was one of the well known figures sent by the English King to the court of Mughal Emperor Jehangir at Delhi in the 17th century.

In all such cases the government of the country which desires the establishment of diplomatic relations must make the first approach. In the case of newly independent states, the request should normally be made direct on a government to government level; in other cases the approach may be direct or it may be preceded by informal soundings through the intermediary of the diplomatic representative of another state. When an approach for establishment of diplomatic relations is made, the request is generally examined in the Foreign Office.

Aden etc. Whatever may be the status of these territories from the point of view of their intemallaws, it is clear that externally and from the point of view of international law they have no status, and RELATIONS BETWEEN NATIONS II consequently there can be no question of right of legation on the part of such territories. Protectorates. A protectorate on the other hand is an independent state which by means of a treaty surrenders itself to the protection of a stronger state. The status of a protectorate depends very much on the terms of the treaty of protection which regulates the relationship between the protectorate and the protecting power.

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