Diplomacy In International Law

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Diplomacy is the profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically b a country’s representatives abroad. Diplomacy was describe using two words with similar meanings, bilateral and multilateral. In the sense of bilateral it involved two countries at once and the main country would send a diplomatic representative to a host country. “During the French revolutionary period (1789-1815) the people agreed to be part of three or more parties with the government in Vienna in 1815” (Collin, (2013) p.152). “In the 1500s, there were changes made by the Italians which involved trading out different ambassadors” (Collin, (2013), p.152). About diplomacy, it is responsible for three sets to perform that include the observation…show more content…
International law has four principal sources that include tradition and custom, scholarship and expertise, judicial precedents, with treaties and conventions. In several countries the sovereign state creates their traditions and customs based on another’s behavior. The rules will vary depending on the country the person reside. Due to the fact the united states laws have certain rules , other senators and or president is prohibited from trying to regulate some rules to arrest a person who commits a crime. From the reading, “an example, it was part of traditional international law for ships on the high sea to display a specific pattern of colors like red, green and white lights at nighttime. The united states supreme court in 1872 ruled that what had been merely custom was now enforceable international law” ( . p.161). Scholarship and Expertise explains that several students and jurists have written books, journals, and articles about international laws. It is not possible for someone to create international laws. They are made by mutual consent of different nations by international practices. Laws that were made in 1950s could be used today. I am certain nations can modify a law but not completely change it. In Judicial precedents, it deals with the way both courts agree to specific international laws. For example, in the book it states that “two countries have agreed to have their territorial waters safe for navigation in the future” ( Collins, p.161). Treaties and conventions are combined from contracts which is undertaken by the sovereign states. The united nation plays a role in forming the international law because the treaties must be signed by several countries before it could be passed. The area of concerns for international law are diplomacy, war and peace, criminality, environment, and human
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