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Privileges and immunities of the diplomatic staff
Mehmet Özşahin, 2018

Opis: Diplomacy is a concept which enables the relations among societies to be conducted from the earliest periods of history. In the domain of international norms of societies, diplomacy which we can define as balancing act of interests in accordance with the international laws has been through many different periods until the present day. This concept which had its foundation even before the written period where human societies started to interact with each other started to have a detailed structure through Greek City States, Roman and Byzantine Empires as well as other institutions. After the Middle Age with the Papal influence, diplomacy took a new direction towards the modern diplomacy especially starting from the Renaissance period. Resident embassies which are started to be used at the end of the 14th century and at the beginning of the 15th century in northern Italy, completely changed the old diplomacy practice. The establishment of the continuous relations between the states hasturned the diplomatic privileges, which had been practiced limitedly and unlawfully, into one of the main institutions of diplomacy. After the coding efforts, the customs and traditions of the old and altered diplomacy have led to Vienna Diplomatic Relations Convention dated 1961. Diplomacy which is taken care of by the Vienna Diplomatic Relations Convention are carried out by the special and general authorized bodies. The general authorized body is constituted by the state president and the minister of the foreign affairs. Special authorized bodies, on the other hand, are the diplomatic representatives. Diplomatic privileges, which are practiced through the special and general authorized bodies as it is mentioned above, are constituted under the title ofimmunity. There are personal, domicile and communication immunities as well as the tax, customs and jurisdiction. Diplomatic privileges which its borderllines are established through the Vienna Diplomatic Relation Convention, may have different shapes in the application. In this case, the developments shape the current diplomacy application.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Ključne besede: Diplomacy, Vienna Convention, İnternational Law, Ottoman Empire Diplomacy, Diplomatic Representatives
Objavljeno: 16.08.2018; Ogledov: 1663; Prenosov: 108
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The Prespa agreement for accession in the European Union and NATO
Monika Gjorgjievska, 2020

Opis: The underlying research rationale of this master thesis has been driven by the interest sparked by the historic settlement of the long-standing dispute between North Macedonia and Greece with the Prespa Agreement signed in 2018. The dispute over the name between Skopje and Athens, especially its settlement, continues to draw attention and curiosity both in academia and in practice. In light of these developments, this research explores the diplomatic relations between North Macedonia and Greece through both contemporary and historical lens. Based on analysis of literature, reports and media sources, this research tries to answer two key questions: (1) What is the genesis of the relationships between North Macedonia and Greece and has Prespa Agreement speed up the process of EU accession process? (2) The Interim Accord between Athens and Skopje was signed in 1995. Why was it not possible to reach a compromise and sign the Prespa Agreement at that time?. The Prespa Agreement was signed on the Greek side of the Prespa lake on June 17th 2018 and is named by the location where the name issue was officially ended. The official name of the Prespa Agreement is “Final Agreement for the settlement of the differences as described in the United Nations Security Council Resolutions 817 (1993) and 845 (1993), the termination of the Interim Accord of 1995, and the establishment of a Strategic Partnership between the Parties”. The Prespa Agreement is supposed to be a solution to differences set in the resolutions 817 and 845 from 1993, likewise the Interim Accord from 1995, signed in New York. On the other side of the lake, were present representatives from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union. The presence of the organizations mentioned above gives high importance for Western Balkans countries. This research aims to understand and explain both sides of the story, the mutual standing points, as well as their differences.
Najdeno v: ključnih besedah
Ključne besede: North Macedonia, Greece, Macedonia, name dispute, history, self–determination, international organizations, agreement, foreign policy, diplomacy, human rights
Objavljeno: 09.02.2022; Ogledov: 414; Prenosov: 27
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