According to Art. 1 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic relations, a diplomatic agent is a person acting in pursuance of a duty bestowed upon him by the sending state. He may be the head of the mission or the part of the diplomatic staff accompanying the head of the mission. The two most important terminologies accompanying the definition of diplomatic agents are the sending state and the receiving state. So, the nationality of the diplomatic agent is construed to be the sending state whereas the state into which such a diplomatic agent is sent with a purpose is considered as the receiving state.View More Diplomatic Agent and its immunities and privileges
History Raphael Lemkin, born into a Polish Jewish family in 1900, experienced the physical and psychological horrors of the world wars in Western Europe and…View More What is Genocide in International law?