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Codification among States of immunities and privileges of diplomatic agents did not begin until the Havana Convention of 1928 drawn up among the States of the Pan American Union but this did not well reflect current practice either in its terminology or its rules. More influential was the Draft Convention drawn up in 1932 by the Harvard Research in International Law.The establishment within the United Nations framework of the International Law Commission opened the way to comprehensive codification to confirm what were accepted as well established if not universally respected rules of international law. In 1952, Yugoslavia proposed that the topic should be given priority, and after discussion in the Sixth (Legal) Committee, the General Assembly requested the International Law Commission to undertake as a priority topic codification of the law of diplomatic intercourse and immunities. The Commission appointed Mr. Sandstrm of Sweden as Special Rapporteur and his report formed the basis for the draft articles adopted by the Commission in 1957. These articles were debated in the Sixth Committee of the General Assembly and sent to all members of the United Nations or any of its specialized agencies with an invitation to submit comments. Comments from 21 Governments were taken into account by the Commission who in 1958 prepared revised and extended articles and recommended that they should form the basis for a Convention a decision endorsed by the General Assembly. Eighty one States took part in the Conference held at Vienna from 2 March to 14 April 1961 and the Convention was signed on 18 April.The success of the Conference and of the Convention which it drew up may be ascribed first to the fact that the central rules regulating diplomatic relations had been stable for over 200 years. Although the methods of setting up embassies and communicating with them had radically changed, their basic functions of representing the sending State and protecting its interests and those of its nationals, negotiation with the receiving State, observing and reporting on conditions and developments there remained and still remain unaltered. Secondly, because the establishment of diplomatic relations and of permanent missions takes place by mutual consent, every State is both a sending and receiving State. Its own representatives abroad are in a sense hostages who may on a basis of reciprocity suffer if it violates the rules of diplomatic immunity, or may be penalized even for minor restrictions regarding privileges or protocol. There was at the 1961 Vienna Conference no general underlying conflict of interest between opposing groups of States.The exception to this symmetry of interests lies in the matter of communications between the embassy and its sending State and this was apparent at the Vienna Conference where probably the most controversial issue was whether sending States were entitled as of right to install and use a wireless transmitter. Although the right of free communication between the sending State and its missions abroad was long established in terms of the inviolability of couriers and the diplomatic despatches which they carried so that any interference was covert and denied if discovered in 1961 only those States with advanced technological resources operated transmitters. Other States expressed concern that these transmitters might be used for broadcasting local propaganda, and that because they were situated in inviolable premises beyond the control of the receiving State they might lead to breaches of the International Telecommunication Convention. An amendment which would have expressly required not only the consent of the receiving State for a wireless transmitter but also “proper arrangements for its use in accordance with the laws of the receiving State and international regulations” was adopted by the Committee of the Whole Conference against the wishes of all major States. In plenary session, however, a compromise was reached, and the above words within quotes which might have implied a right of inspection for the receiving State were withdrawn.This example illustrates the readiness of the delegates to the 1961 Vienna Conference to seek compromise solutions which would make the final Convention text acceptable to the Governments and national parliaments who would later decide on ratification rather than to press home the advantage of numbers. A similarly constructive approach was also shown over the controversial matter of the diplomatic bag. There was prolonged controversy in the International Law Commission as to whether this possibility should be retained, but ultimately it was decided that although there was a duty on the sending State to use the bag only for diplomatic documents or articles for official use, the bag could not be opened or detained under any circumstances. Despite numerous amendments and arguments in the Conference, this was the rule ultimately adopted in article 27.A third question where previous State practice was inconsistent was the extent of immunities and privileges accorded to the administrative and technical staff of a mission junior employees without diplomatic rank such as secretaries, translators and senior security staff. In some States these had been given the same immunities and privileges as diplomats while in others their immunity was limited to their official acts. The International Law Commission, after much argument, proposed that they should be given full diplomatic immunities and privileges and some States at the Conference supported this approach, while others expressed concern in particular at possible abuse of full customs privileges. The Conference limited exemption from customs duties for junior staff to articles imported on first arrival at post and later after it seemed that there might be a total failure to agree on the immunity to be given to administrative and technical staff accepted a United Kingdom compromise under which they would enjoy full immunity from criminal proceedings, but would not enjoy immunity from civil and administrative proceedings for acts performed outside the course of their duties. It specifies the functions of diplomatic missions, the formal rules regulating appointments, declarations of persona non grata of a diplomat who has in some way given offence, and precedence among heads of mission. It sets out the special rules privileges and immunities which enable diplomatic missions to act without fear of coercion or harassment through enforcement of local laws and to communicate securely with their sending Governments. It makes provision for withdrawal of a mission which may take place on grounds of economy or physical security and for breach of diplomatic relations which may occur in response to abuse of immunity or severe deterioration in relations between sending and receiving States. In either of these cases or where permanent missions have not been established a framework is provided for the interests of each sending State to be protected in the receiving State by a third State.Article 22 confirms the inviolability of mission premises barring any right of entry by law enforcement officers of the receiving State and imposing on the receiving State a special duty to protect the premises against intrusion, damage, disturbance of the peace or infringement of dignity. Even in response to abuse of this inviolability or emergency, the premises may not be entered without the consent of the head of mission. Article 24 ensures the inviolability of mission archives and documents even outside mission premises so that the receiving State may not seize or inspect them or permit their use in legal proceedings.Article 27 guarantees free communication between a mission and its sending State by all appropriate means, and ensures that the diplomatic bag carrying such communications may not be opened or detained even on suspicion of abuse. Given the purposes of diplomatic missions, secure communication for information and instructions is probably the most essential of all immunities.Article 29 provides inviolability for the person of diplomats and article 31 establishes their immunity from civil and criminal jurisdiction with precise exceptions to immunity from civil jurisdiction where previous State practice had varied. Immunity from jurisdiction like other immunities and privileges may be waived by the sending State, and article 32 specifies the rules on waiver. Article 34 sets out the tax exemption accorded to diplomats along with detailed exceptions in respect of matters unrelated to their official duties or to ordinary life in the receiving State. Article 36 provides for exemption from customs duties on diplomatic imports throughout a diplomat’s posting.Articles 37 sets out a complex code for the treatment of families and junior staff where as pointed out above previous practice was varied and negotiation of a compromise difficult. Article 38 bars from all privileges and immunities, except for immunity for their official acts, nationals and permanent residents of the receiving State. These two provisions in many States drastically reduced the numbers of those persons more likely to bring into disrepute the system of privileges and immunities and were fully in accordance with the basic justification applied throughout the Convention of limiting immunities to what is essential to ensure the efficient performance of the functions of diplomatic missions as representing States.Influence of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic RelationsThe Convention has established itself as a cornerstone of modern international relations. Despite the need for implementing national legislation in a number of States, it came into force following 22 ratifications only three years from its adoption and almost all States in the world are now parties. The rgime it sets out for the conduct of diplomatic relations has become remarkably uniform as reservations made by ratifying States on a few points which had been controversial during the negotiations have in many cases been withdrawn or simply never applied. The Convention has proved resilient to attack on its fundamental principles. This came during the 1980s from those alarmed at the opportunities it provided for abuse as demonstrated in particular when following the murder of a policewoman by shooting from the premises of the Libyan diplomatic mission in London the United Kingdom broke diplomatic relations and all those within the mission left England under the shield of immunity. More recently attacks have come from scholars concerned at the conflict between immunity and the human right of access to justice, or at immunity for violators of international criminal law and in particular torturers. But in practice there has been remarkably little erosion of the immunities of diplomats as it has been widely accepted that the Convention rules limit immunities to what is essential for the functioning of diplomacy.The focus of public concern has instead shifted to the vulnerability of diplomats to terrorist attacks. These might take the form of kidnapping diplomats with demands for ransom or release of prisoners a serious problem in the 1970s until brought somewhat under control by collective determination by Governments that taking “all appropriate measures” to protect diplomats did not mean capitulating to blackmail. Alternatively terrorism might involve besieging or bombing embassies most horrifically the United States Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. For the most part, parties to the Convention are in no way complicit in these attacks and have done their best to provide protection sometimes helped by wealthier sending States. The striking exception was the detention for over a year of the hostages in the United States Embassy in Tehran with the acquiescence of the relatively new revolutionary Government of Iran. The United States brought proceedings against Iran before the International Court of Justice basing itself mostly on the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations including the Optional Protocol on the Settlement of Disputes to which both States were parties. Reports, 1980) contains important analysis of many of the principles in the Convention and greatly assisted the United States in retaining the support of the international community and securing eventual release brokered by Algeria of the hostages. More recently, the International Court upheld a counter claim by Uganda in the Case concerning Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Reports 2005) that Congolese soldiers had occupied the Ugandan diplomatic mission in Kinshasa and violated article 29 of the Convention by threatening and maltreating staff on the premises.In national courts there have been hundreds of cases where the Vienna Convention has been applied, since many of its most frequently invoked provisions concern whether a national court may assume jurisdiction over civil or criminal proceedings and what evidence may be admissible in national proceedings. Most of these cases concern ambiguities in the text on such questions as the true meaning of the exceptions to immunity from civil jurisdiction,
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Being an ultra runner isn’t just about using mind and body to cover distances most people consider humanly impossible. You need to master planning and logistics, too. As I’m rapidly finding out, perfecting your pre race prep and your kit list is as essential as the work you put in during training. From where you sleep and what you eat to which shoes you lace up, everyone has their own methods for creating perfect conditions come race day. However, with two ultra events under my belt, I’m still learning the ropes. Here’s what I’ve discovered works for me so far.

Sleeping: Range Rover Sport 2013 Autobiography aka The Tent

A lot of ultra runners like to immerse themselves in their surroundings, opting to camp close to a trail race start rather then stay in a hotel. But camping doesn’t have to mean canvas and flysheets. For the Marathon du Mont Blanc I made a brand new Range Rover Sport Autobiography my Alpine basecamp. With the back seats dropped down, the boot had ample room to sleep my 5′ 11″ frame while the 12V charger meant I could juice up my GPS watch and my phone the night before the race. The built in chiller cabinet also meant I could keep my carb gels cold and the seat mounted screens hooked up to a TV tuner and DVD player provided perfect distraction the night before the race.

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The new Active has all the top end smartphone tricks of the Samsung Galaxy S4 but with added toughness, making it suitable for taking on the big outdoors. The S4 Active’s fully sealed design fends off dust and water to depths of 1m; the TFT (thin film transistor) LCD screen drinks less juice to provide a longer battery life; and the physical Menu, Home and Back buttons make it simple to use while pelting down Alpine trails.

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In my experience, there are five key considerations when you’re choosing top and bottom base layers for an ultra weight, warmth, breathability, sweat wicking and anti friction. These dual purpose shorts are ideal long runs and can aid recovery post ultra. The coverseam stitching protects your important parts from nasty rubbing while the soft breathable nylon and spandex offer support and comfort in the best possible way you hardly notice they’re there.

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Knowing the terrain you’re tackling and choosing the correct footwear is often the difference between finishing and flaking out. The two races I’ve completed so far were a mix of trails and tarmac so a road trail all rounder was necessary. The Salomon XR Crossmax 2′s combine technologies from road and trail shoes. You get comfort and cushioning on harder surfaces, then durability and stability once you hit more shaky terrain. They also boast easy fasten laces which makes slipping them on and off far quicker,
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GPS Tracking Watch: Suunto Ambit Saphire 2

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According to the Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery, food addiction is simply an obsessive preoccupation with food. It doesn’t mean that a food addict can’t get enough of food it could be that they are so concerned with food, that they avoid it at all costs. For example, those suffering from anorexia nervosa are severely afraid of gaining weight and often exercise excessively and eat as little as possible. On the other hand, there is the more conventional food addict: the compulsive overeater. he or she hides their eating habits from others and most likely will go on eating binges and induce vomiting so as not to gain weight.

Food addiction is a very real medical condition but are you a food addict just because you crave ice cream or fast food at times? It’s normal to have an appetite and a taste for certain foods, but there is a line that some cross into plain food addiction. Is your appetite insatiable? Do you crave foods even when you’re not hungry? Almost all who are obese probably are coping with a powerful food addiction that haunts them on a daily basis.

Refined sugars, fats, and flour are the primary culprits of food addiction as these ingredients are a sure fired way to get some people physiologically over dependent on what they eat. And for food addicts, it can be painful to remove those addictive foods (the ones that trigger their cravings) from their diets,
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Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you determine if you are a food addict. If you answer yes to more than a handful of them, it’s advisable that you see a doctor about your issues with food.

WebMD and Dr. Cynthia Haines suggest you answer the following questions:

Do I lack self control when I eat? Does my mind tell me to stop eating but my body disagrees?

Am I ashamed about my eating habits? Do I hide food and eat it behind closed doors?

Do I feel guilty after I eat?

Do I eat when I’m simply upset about something but not hungry?

Do I eat even though I know it will only lead to negative consequences later?

Do I eat differently in public than I do in private?

When I eat, do I feel pleasure and comfort that I can’t really seem to achieve through other means?

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If this article is alarming you, don’t get flustered! Food addiction is an increasingly common disorder and as a result, there is a lot of treatment out there to get you on the track to a healthier lifestyle.

Firstly, there are a few basic things you can do in the comfort of your own home to take back control over your eating habits. Again, Dr. Haines has a few good ideas. If you can learn to recognize what environments and situations set off your cravings, you can then learn to avoid them. As well, it’s important to incorporate some kind of exercise or physical activity into your daily routine. Not only will you burn calories and quicken your metabolism by doing this, but exercise is a healthy distraction from your unhealthy preoccupation with food. Other distractions may include meditation or reading or playing the piano find a hobby that keeps your mind busy and off of food. As well, by drinking water every day (about 64 ounces) you can make a big difference in your weight and lessen your food cravings too.

But especially if you are battling severe weight problems, you will need a helping hand or two to free you from your food addiction. There are inpatient treatment programs for those who feel completely helpless with their addiction. Just as you would stay in a hospital and safely withdrawal from drugs or alcohol, you can do the same with the foods that you crave the most. However, there are also outpatient counseling services and even some medications (though you ought to sift through them carefully) that you can use to fight your addiction.

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At some point, everyone has worn uncomfortable shoes, and it is general knowledge that interior cushioning and flexible soles prevent sore feet. However, the fact that the quality of the shoes people wear affects the stability of joints and muscles in ankles, knees, hips, and back is less well known. Because people’s feet are at the point of impact when they walk, run, and land, the way that shoes absorb shock affects the whole body.

If athletic shoes do not effectively cushion the impact of feet hitting the ground, ligaments and tendons strain to support the jolt of an athlete’s body weight crashing against the earth. Over time, repeated stress takes its toll. Eventually, something snaps.

Wearing proper cleats for use on both astroturf and natural grass is another example of essential sports safety equipment. While athletes need cleats for traction, spikes can often hinder an athlete’s ability to elude danger. All cleats press into the ground, but not all of them allow athletes to pivot. The inability to rotate feet can leave a player’s knees very vulnerable.

Additional Sports Safety Equipment

Overlooking sports safety equipment can be something an athlete regrets for the rest of his or her life,
carda against humanity. Something as simple as toe protectors for baseball pitchers can prevent a lifetime of pain. Nearly all Major League Baseball pitchers wear this protective gear as a precaution against sharply hit ground balls that can break the fragile bones in a pitcher’s feet. Some injuries not only sideline players but also cause lingering pain that can last years.

Many athletes consider mouthpieces unnecessary, but people who have had teeth knocked out playing sports tend to disagree with that notion. Other items include batting gloves that prevent blisters, umpire shoes that provide steel padding, and sunglasses that block out the sun’s ultraviolet rays. None of this equipment hinders performance. Sports safety equipment keep athletes healthy.

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