Governmental mechanism for the conduct of United States foreign relations.

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Governmental mechanism for the conduct of United States foreign relations. Washington, (OCoLC) Online version: Brookings Institution. International Studies Group. Governmental mechanism for the conduct of United States foreign relations.

Washington, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brookings Institution. "an extremely useful, insightful and well-writen volume."--Law and Politics Book Review "An excellent scholarly compendium of 14 essays focusing on the wide gulf that has developed in the last 60 years between constitutional principle and governmental practice in the conduct of foreign affairs."/5(1).

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Annotations. The Right of Reception: Scope of the Power “Ambassadors and other public ministers” embraces not only “all possible diplomatic agents which any foreign power may accredit to the United States,” but also, as a practical construction of the Constitution, all foreign consular agents, who therefore may not exercise their functions in the United States.

THE CONDUCT OF FOREIGN RELATIONS The Right of Reception: Scope of the Power “Ambassadors and other public ministers” embraces not only “all possible diplomatic agents which any foreign power may accredit to the United States,” but also, as a practical construction of the Constitution, all foreign consular agents, who therefore may not exercise their functions in the United States.

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