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In public international law, the subjects of the law are generally considered to be states and international organisations (IOs); people, corporations and other entities are not bound by,


We often discuss the issue of immunity of diplomats and consular officers from the jurisdiction of the receiving state.


Dr Jovan Kurbalija, director of DiploFoundation and head of the


Diplo lecturer Alan Franklin's webinar on 20 May stimulated intensive discussion about whether diplomatic law actually is complied wi


Until recently, the conventional wisdom was that the Vienna Conventions regarding diplomats and consular officers were complied with by states, and provided good protection to diplomatic and consul


To understand why the UK’s handling of the Assange asylum case has provoked such a strong reaction in the global public, we need to go back in time – way back.


Excerpt from the lecture 1: Principles and concepts, evolution and instruments; Online coure on Diplomatic Law: Privileges and Immunities


Over the last few days, one of the underlying questions in the Assange asylum has been if the frequently quoted 1987 UK Diplomatic and Consular


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