By G R Berridge, Alan James (auth.)
This new Dictionary , the main entire ever devoted to international relations, will supply a far wanted source within the box. not just does it include a accomplished diversity of diplomatic phrases, however it additionally comprises entries on felony phrases, political occasions, overseas organizations and significant figures who've occupied the diplomatic scene or written influentially approximately it during the last part millennium. All scholars of international relations and comparable matters and contributors of the various diplomatic companies of the realm will locate this publication indispensable.
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The popular term for the European Economic Community (EEC), the Common Market was one of the two ‘communities’ created in the Treaties of Rome (1957) by the six founding members of what has today grown into the *European Union. (The second one was the European Atomic Energy Agency. ) The term was also loosely applied to the *European Community (EC), the designation applied collectively to all three communities after the merger treaty came into force in 1967. See also customs union. Commonwealth.
A formal demand made by one state on another for the rectiﬁcation of or compensation for a legal wrong which allegedly has been done to it by the second state. class. See diplomatic classes. clausula rebus sic stantibus. The doctrine that there is an implied term or clause in a *treaty – the clausula rebus sic stantibus – to the effect that the treaty is *binding only for as long as there is no fundamental change in the circumstances which were assumed by the parties at the time of its conclusion.
2) The key to a system of symbols used in this manner. circular note. g. all diplomatic missions in a particular capital. civilian police. Police personnel employed in a *peacekeeping operation. claim. A formal demand made by one state on another for the rectiﬁcation of or compensation for a legal wrong which allegedly has been done to it by the second state. class. See diplomatic classes. clausula rebus sic stantibus. The doctrine that there is an implied term or clause in a *treaty – the clausula rebus sic stantibus – to the effect that the treaty is *binding only for as long as there is no fundamental change in the circumstances which were assumed by the parties at the time of its conclusion.