The evolution of diplomatic method
The Evolution of Diplomatic Method by Harold Nicolson
What is Diplomacy?
Evolution Diplomatic Method
The world at large appears to have adopted a uniform kind of diplomatic practice that could be described as universal, particularly with respect to the exchange of diplomatic missions and personnel and the various types of diplomatic immunity attached to them. The amount of immunity given to diplomatic agents stems from the great importance ancient civilizations attached to the need for nations to remain in constant communication and to maintain unimpaired interrelations. When we talk of communication between societies, an embassy plays a different and vital role in this regard. It is quite different from the communication one gets from commercial exchanges; religious pilgrims; educational pursuit; transfer of slaves; and communication provoked by soldiers during war. Unable to display preview.
Diplomacy in ancient states. The emergence of diplomatic relations between Egypt, the Hittite state, Assyria and Babylon. The evolution of diplomatic activities in India, China, Greece and Rome. Diplomacy in the medieval era: role of Byzantium, achievements in the development of institutions connected to foreign policy service. The extension of the specific ceremonial and the diplomatic correspondence.
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