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Diplomatic Law in a New Millennium

Diplomatic Law in a New Millennium

Edited by Paul Behrens

Table of Contents

Part I – Introduction
1. Diplomatic Law in a New Millennium, Paul Behrens
2. A former diplomat’s reflections on the Vienna Convention, Brian Barder
3. In Praise of a Self-Contained Regime: Why the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations Remains Important Today, J Craig Barker
Part II – History
4. Views of a Delegate to the 1961 Vienna Conference, Nelson Iriniz Casas
5. On the Road to Vienna: The Role of the International Law Commission in the Codification of Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities, 1949-1958, Kai Bruns
Part III – Personal Immunity
6. The personal inviolability of diplomatic agents in emergency situations, Paul Behrens
7. The Privileges and Immunities of the Family of the Diplomatic Agent: the Current Scope of Article 37(1), Simonetta Stirling-Zanda
8. The inviolability of diplomatic agents in the context of employment, Lisa Rodgers
9. Private Domestic Staff: A risk group on the fringe of the convention, Wolfgang Spadinger
Part IV – Property Immunity
10. The Protection of Public Safety and Human Life vs the Inviolability of Mission Premises: A Dilemma faced by the Receiving State, Yinan Bao
11. Contemporary Developments Relating to the Inviolability of Mission Premises, Juan Falconi Puig
12. The Non-Customary Practice of Diplomatic Asylum, Peter Kovacs and Tamas Vince Adany
13. The Protection of Diplomatic Correspondence in the Digital Age: Time to Revise the Vienna Convention?, Patricio Grane Labat and Naomi Burke
14. The Diplomatic Duffle Disparity – A Third World Perspective, Sana Sud
Part V – Diplomatic Duties
15. Legal Duties of Diplomats Today, Sanderijn Duquet and Jan Wouters
16. The Duty of Non-Interference, Paul Behrens
Part VI – Beyond the VCDR
17. Intersections between Diplomatic Immunities and the Immunities of International Organisations, Alison Duxbury
18. The European Union and Diplomatic Law: An Emerging Actor in Twenty-First Century Diplomacy, Graham Butler
19. Skirting Officialdom: Sub-State Diplomats and the VCDR Lessons from Scotland and Wales, Francesca Dickson
Part VII – Concluding Thoughts
20. Diplomatic Law Today: Has the Vienna Convention met its expectations?, Paul Behrens

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