1 The right of each State to declare any diplomatic or consular agent persona non grata is one of the oldest principles of diplomatic and consular law (Diplomacy; Members of the Staff of Diplomatic Missions), echoed as far back as the work of the founding fathers of international law. It is a right that has remained uncontested and is currently enshrined in Art. 9 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961) and Art. 23 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963), which both drew upon the Draft Convention on Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities of 1932...
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