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(p. 395) 17. Diplomatic and Consular Relations 

(p. 395) 17. Diplomatic and Consular Relations
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(p. 395) 17. Diplomatic and Consular Relations
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James Crawford

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10.1093/he/9780199699698.003.0017
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date: 23 May 2019

The rules of international law governing diplomatic relations are at the most formal end of the spectrum of international communication, and are the product of long-established state practice reflected in treaties, national legislation, and judicial decisions. The law has now been codified substantially in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. This chapter discusses the general legal aspects of diplomatic relations; staff, premises, and facilities of missions; inviolability of missions; diplomatic agents; consular relations; special missions; and crimes against internationally protected persons.

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