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It provides me nice excitement to jot down a foreword to :\1r. Sen's very good ebook, and for 2 purposes particularly. within the first position, in generating it, Mr. Sen has performed anything vvhich i've got lengthy felt had to be performed, and which I at one time had am­ bitions to do myself. \Vhen, over thirty years in the past, and after a few years of perform on the Bar, I first entered the criminal part of the British overseas provider, I had now not been operating for lengthy within the overseas place of work sooner than I conceived the belief of writing - or at any fee compiling - a ebook to which (in my very own brain) I gave the name of "A ~fanual of international workplace legislations. " This paintings, had I ever produced it within the shape during which I visualised it, might not likely were released con­ sistently with the necessities of respectable discretion. yet this didn't fear me as i used to be in simple terms considering whatever for personal movement in the carrier and in executive circles. :Mr. Sen's target has been broader and extra public-spirited than mine was once; yet its foundation is largely the same.

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The newly independent countries have not been slow to fall in line with this recent trend, and now it has practically become the universal practice to establish diplomatic relations on an embassy level and to exchange ambassadors. In view of this growing tendency on the part of states to appoint ambassadors rather than ministers, the International Law Commission considered the question of abolishing the title of minister or at any rate to do away with the difference in rank between the class of ministers and of ambassadors.

The Jews. Amongst the Jews the Hebrew Kings maintained diplomatic relations only with certain friendly countries of their choice. They refused to have any kind of relations with most of their neighbouring states whom they regarded either as uncivilised or as enemies. Nevertheless, the Jews had regard for observance of treaty relations, and they respected the ambassadors of friendly powers with whom they maintained relations. Asian states. The contemporary Asian princes maintained diplomatic relations with their neighbours, and envoys were sent and received from time to time.

18 DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS, FUNCTIONS AND PRIVILEGES (3) Ministers resident accredited to the sovereign, and (4) Charge d'Affaires accredited to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. This classification holds good even today with the exception that Ministers Resident are no longer regarded as heads of mission. l The representatives of the Pope were known as legates or nuncios who ranked with the ambassadors, and internuncios who ranked with ministers plenipotentiary. In the Vienna Regulation 1815 it was stated that ambassadors, legates and nuncios alone have rel""'~sentative character, and by this was meant that diplomatic agents of this class only were considered as representing the person of their sovereign.

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