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Annotated Bibliography

Castro, Pacifico A.
Philippine Diplomatic and Consular Practice (Rev. Ed.).
Manila: Enriquez Printing Co., 1967.

This book on diplomatic and consular relations reflecting Philippine laws, regulations and practices gives the Filipino students and the public in general, a proper perspective of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Philippine Foreign Service. It supplies the available informational materials relevant to the execution of Philippine foreign policy.

Foreign Service Institute.
Philippine Foreign Service Reader (Prov. Ed.).
Manila, 1980.

It is a handy reference on the basic laws governing the day-to-day operations of the Philippine Foreign Service and it provides materials which will aid the Foreign Service Officers in their daily functions.

McCaffree, Mary Jane, and Innis, Pauline.
Protocol: The Complete Handbook of Diplomatic, Official and Social Usage.
New York: Prentice Hall, Inc. 1977.

This book was written to help the newcomer in the Foreign Service cope up with the official life at the local, and international level through the understanding of the rules of protocol. It also shows the many changes in customs and manners brought about by the rapidly changing times.

Meyer, Milton Walter.
A Diplomatic History of the Philippine Republic.
Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1965.

This study traces the origins and the development of Philippine Diplomacy from its formative years (1945-1946) up to 1961. It provides valuable information on the internal and external factors whichhelped shape the country's foreign policy under Roxas, Quirino, Magsaysay and Garcia.

Nicolson, Sir Harold.
Diplomacy (3rd Ed.)
London: Oxford University Press 1969.

This brief and lucid study outlines the history of diplomacy as te art of implementing foreign policy by negotiation. It describes the ideal diplomatist, discusses the recent changes in diplomatic procedure and defines diplomatic language. First published in 1939, it has become "invaluable to any young man entering the service and to any student of history interested in foreign politics".

Office of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Diplomatic and Consular List.
Manila, 1980.

This directory, published annually, provides up-to-date information on the different diplomatic and consular representatives accredited to the Philippines.

Salcedo, Luis Moreno.
A Guide to Protocol (Rev. Ed.).
Manila: University Book Supply, 1959.

This book is a practical guide to proper diplomatic behavior as applied by the Ministry of Foreign affairs, Philippines. It starts with an exposition of the meaning and scope of protocol and proceeds to a discussion of its different aspects. It also includes a chapter on military courtesy or "Protocol in the Armed Forces of the Philippines".

Satow, Sir Ernest M.
Satow's Guide to Diplomatic Practice (5th Ed.).
London: Longman Group Limited, 1979.

This book described as an invaluable work of reference and a masterpiece is considered as the standard encyclopedia on Diplomatic Practice. Lord Gore-Booth supervised its fifth edition.

Wood, John R., and Serres, Jean.
Diplomatic Ceremonial and Protocol: Principles, Procedures and Practices.
Great Britain: MacMillan and Co., Ltd., 1970.

Regarded as a reliable reference on ceremonial and protocol, this book is helpful to foreign service practitioners and institutions. It discusses the Status of Diplomats, Official Protocol, Diplomatic Action in various forms, and International Organizations.

US Foreign Service Institute.
The Foreign Service Correspondence Handbook.
USA, 1956.

Prepared by the US Foreign Service Institute in collaboration with the Correspondence Review Staff of the Executive Secretarat, this handbook serves as a guide in the preparation of Foreign Service Correspondence.