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Embassies in armed conflict / G.R. Berridge.

By: Berridge, Geoff.
Series: Key studies in diplomacy: Publisher: New York : Continuum, 2012Description: xi, 207 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781441104625; 1441104623; 9781441180070; 1441180079; 9781441161161; 1441161163; 9781441157898; 1441157891.Subject(s): Diplomatic and consular service | Diplomatic and consular service, British | Diplomatic and consular service, American | Diplomatic and consular service | Diplomatic and consular service, American | Diplomatic and consular service, British
Contents:
Introduction -- The military component: defence section; military advisers; intelligence officers under diplomatic cover -- Embassies in enemy states: initial siege; prompt, safe and dignified departures; internment pending simultaneous exchange; preserving diplomatic relations -- Neutral embassies to belligerents: helping expatriates; reporting the war; commercial work; protecting foreign interests -- Belligerent embassies to neutrals: propaganda; espionage and special operations; helping evaders and escapers; placating the neutral; handling peace feelers -- Embassies to frontline allies: in conventional warfare; in low-intensity warfare; militarization and its consequences.
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Books Books American University in Dubai American University in Dubai Non-fiction Main Collection JZ1405.B48 2012 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 5180804

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- The military component: defence section; military advisers; intelligence officers under diplomatic cover -- Embassies in enemy states: initial siege; prompt, safe and dignified departures; internment pending simultaneous exchange; preserving diplomatic relations -- Neutral embassies to belligerents: helping expatriates; reporting the war; commercial work; protecting foreign interests -- Belligerent embassies to neutrals: propaganda; espionage and special operations; helping evaders and escapers; placating the neutral; handling peace feelers -- Embassies to frontline allies: in conventional warfare; in low-intensity warfare; militarization and its consequences.

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