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Lyons, Personal Immunities of Diplomatic Agents, Brit. YB Int’l L 31 (1954), p. 33. oogle Scholar. See I. 221. A. Iqbal, The Prophet’s Diplomacy: The Art of Negotiation as Conceived and Developed by the Prophet of Islam (Cape Cod, MA: Claude Stark & C. 1975), pp. 54–55.
Diplomatic correspondence is correspondence between one state and another and is usually of a formal character. It follows several widely observed customs and style in composition, substance, presentation, and delivery and can generally be categorized into letters and notes.
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The International Law of Diplomacy. Diplomatic immunity is that area of international law where the rules of international law are universally accepted and respected by states. However, beside diplomats there are many other persons who enjoy the same status. This paper explains immunities and privileges enjoyed by various types of people working in a diplomatic mission as well as UN officials, members of special mission, representatives in the UN, and others in a mathematical way the help of tables.
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