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Satow's Diplomatic Practice

EditorIvor Roberts

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Satow's Diplomatic Practice is a classic work, first published 90 years ago and revised four times since. This is the first revised edition for thirty years, during which time the world and diplomacy have changed almost beyond recognition. The new edition provides an enlarged and updated section on the history of diplomacy and revises comprehensively the practice of diplomacy and the corpus of diplomatic and international law since the end of the Cold War. It traces the substantial expansion in numbers both of sovereign states andinternational and regional organisations and features detailed chapters on diplomatic privileges and immunities, diplomatic missions and consular matters. It also examines new forms of diplomacy from the work of NGOs to the use of secret envoys and commercial security firms, and the book highlightsthe impact of international terrorism on the life and work of a diplomat. Satow is an indispensable guide for anyone working in or studying the field of diplomacy.
Sir Ivor Roberts entered the Diplomatic Service in 1968. From 1989 to 1993 he was Minister in the British Embassy in Madrid. He was appointed Charge d'Affaires and Consul - General in Belgrade in March 1994, and after recognition of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia by the United Kingdom, he became Ambassador. During his time in Belgr...
Title:Satow's Diplomatic PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:800 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.72 inPublished:May 7, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I Diplomacy in General1. Sir Ivor Roberts: Diplomacy - a short history2. Sir Ivor Roberts and Lady Hazel Fox: Ministers for Foreign Affairs3. Sir Ivor Roberts: Titles, precedence and ceremonial4. Sir Ivor Roberts: Language, forms and means of diplomatic intercourse5. Sir Ivor Roberts: Credentials and full powersII Diplomatic Relations6. Eileen Denza: Legal Framework and Functions of Diplomatic Missions7. Eileen Denza: Formal Aspects of Diplomatic RelationsIII Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities8. Eileen Denza: Privileges and Immunities of Diplomatic Missions9. Eileen Denza: Privileges and Immunities of diplomatic agents10. Eileen Denza: Families, junior staff and local nationals11. Eileen Denza: Diplomatic agents in third states12. Lady Hazel Fox: Privileges and immunities of the head of a foreign state and ministers13. Sir Ivor Roberts and Eileen Denza: Special MissionsIV Diplomatic Missions14. Eileen Denza: The diplomatic corps15. Eileen Denza: Persona non grata, breach of relations and other endings to appointments and missions16. Eileen Denza: Protection of Interests17. Sir Ivor Roberts: Protection of embassies and diplomats from terrorist and other attacksV Consular Matters18. Eileen Denza: The appointment of Consuls19. Eileen Denza: Functions, privileges and immunities of consuls20. Eileen Denza: Consular access and protectionVI International Organisations21. Eileen Denza and Lady Hazel Fox: Legal Framework for multilateral diplomacy22. Sir Emyr Jones Parry and Elizabeth Wilmshurst: The UN - Its life and work including evolution of international law and peaceful settlement of international disputes23. Sir Emyr Jones Parry and Elizabeth Wilmshurst: The UN - I The Charter and its operation24. Sir Emyr Jones Parry: The UN - II Specialised agencies, regional commissions and special bodies25. Sir Ivor Roberts: The G8, G20, WTO, OECD, IMF, and IBRD26. Paul Berman: The European Union - I Development, structure, and decision-making27. Eileen Denza and Sir Emyr Jones Parry: The European Union - II External relations28. Sir Ivor Roberts: Other international and regional organisations Commonwealth, NATO, Council of Europe, OAS, AU, ASEAN, CIS, Francophonie, Arab League, Organization of the Islamic Conference, OSCEVII The Peaceful settlement of international disputes and the development and role of international criminal tribunals29. Sir Emyr Jones Parry and Elizabeth Wilmshurst: Peaceful settlement of international disputes30. Elizabeth Wilmhurst: The International Court of Justice31. Elizabeth Wilmhurst: International war crimes tribunals and the International Criminal CourtVIII Alternative and non-state diplomacy32. Sir Ivor Roberts: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)33. Sir Ivor Roberts: Secret or back-channel diplomacy, religious diplomacy, and business-orientated diplomatic advisorsIX International Transactions34. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: International conferences35. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: Treaties and other international instruments - I General definition, memorandum of understanding, treaty, convention, agreement, protocol, declaration, exchange of notes, treaty formalities, treaties in more than one Language36. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: Treaties and other international instruments - II Pact, constitution, charter, statute, regulations, concordat, additional articles37. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: Treaties and other international instruments - III Act, general act, final act modus vivendi, compromis (special agreement)38. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: Treaties and other international instruments - IV Ratification, accession, acceptance, and approval39. Sir Frank Berman and David Bentley: Treaties and other international instruments - V Reservations, termination, registration, treaty successionX Envoi40. Sir Ivor Roberts and Sir Emyr Jones Parry: Advice to diplomatsAppendix IThe Language of DiplomacyAppendix IIConferencesAppendix IIIVienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961)Appendix IVVienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963)Appendix VVienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (1969)

Editorial Reviews

`...known as a respected work among several generations of diplomats and international lawyers' Joahim Schwietzke, Journal of the History of International Law