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By Geoff Berridge; Alan James

ISBN-10: 033376496X

ISBN-13: 9780333764961

ISBN-10: 1403900809

ISBN-13: 9781403900807

Like any professions, international relations has spawned its personal really good terminology, and it truly is this lexicon which supplies A Dictionary of Diplomacy's thematic backbone. notwithstanding, the dictionary additionally comprises entries on felony phrases, political occasions, foreign companies and significant figures who've occupied the diplomatic scene or have written influentially approximately it during the last part millennium. All scholars of international relations and similar topics and particularly junior participants of the numerous diplomatic companies of the realm will locate this booklet fundamental.

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The work of *diplomatic missions in support of the home country’s business and finance sectors. Distinct from although obviously closely related to *economic diplomacy, it is now common for commercial diplomacy to include the promotion of inward and outward investment, as well as trade. Important features of this work are the supplying of information about export and investment oppor- commission of appointment 39 tunities and organizing and helping to act as hosts to trade missions from home. In American diplomatic missions this work is currently undertaken largely by officers of the foreign commercial service of the Department of Commerce, assisted by the mission’s *economic officer and possibly others.

Thus *diplomats act as the voice box of the state vis-à-vis other states. Accordingly, when a government department other than the foreign ministry wishes to communicate with a foreign state, the proper channel of communication is for it to use its chargé d’affaires en pied 33 own foreign ministry. Unless special circumstances obtain (as, for example, in the case of the states of the *European Union), such a department is not entitled to communicate directly with its foreign counterpart, nor with its diplomats resident in the capital of the state concerned, nor with the diplomats of that state resident in its own capital.

See also acting high commissioner. ). The member of a *diplomatic mission who takes charge of an *embassy or a *legation during the temporary absence of its *head, or pending the appointment of a new head. a. to be a member of their *diplomatic service rather than a highranking specialist who is serving as a *temporary diplomat. To achieve that end such an officer’s *diplomatic rank may be upgraded to place him or her as number two in the mission’s internal order of *precedence. ) by the ambassador or *minister (sense 1) or, if that is not possible, by the sending state’s foreign ministry.

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