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16 Islamic Law and Transnational Diplomatic Law Chapter 2 provides a historical overview of the universality of diplomatic practice, starting with the definition of diplomacy and diplomatic law and moving to a historical analysis of diplomatic practice in different ancient civilizations, such as the Greek, Roman, Hindu, Chinese, African, and Islamic civilizations, as part of the world major civilizations. It is obvious that these civilizations share little or nothing in terms of religious and cultural affiliation; rather, this chapter considers whether there was any intercivilizational contact between them in terms of their respective diplomatic practices.
86 Of equal relevance in appreciating the parochial nature of Chinese diplomacy is the majestic letter of the emperor of China to King George III of Great Britain, which reads thus: Swaying the wide world, I have but one aim in view, namely, to maintain a perfect governance and to fulfil the duties of the state. Strange and costly objects do not interest me. I . . have no use for your country’s manufactures. . It behoves you, Oh King, to respect my sentiments and Historical Overview 29 to display even greater devotion and loyalty in the future, so that by perpetual submission to our throne, you may secure peace and security for your country hereafter.
It could not accept other states or tribes as equals. Foreign rulers and their envoys were treated as subordinates or inferiors. It refused entry into China to those who rejected its system of foreign relations. The Chinese emperor was not just a primus inter pares. 94 For instance, the eastern coast and the North of Africa were considered as of the Islamic civilization; Ethiopia was viewed as a distinct civilization; and the manifestation of Western civilization as a result of European imperialism was predominant in some other parts of Africa.