Charles Crawford

former British ambassador

Guest

Former British ambassador to Sarajevo, Belgrade and Poland; writer and negotiation technique consultant

Charles Crawford on KCRW

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks fame has been holed up in Ecuador's London embassy. Diplomatic principle and British law say a foreign embassy is equivalent to the soil of another country.

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Julian Assange of WikiLeaks fame has been holed up in Ecuador's London embassy. Diplomatic principle and British law say a foreign embassy is equivalent to the soil of another country.

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