This website uses the latest web technologies so it requires an up-to-date, fast browser!The ambassador system was used to disperse information and to protect the more vulnerable states.An ambassador is the ranking government representative stationed in a foreign capital.

The host country typically allows the ambassador control of specific territory called an embassy, whose territory, staff, and vehicles are generally afforded diplomatic immunity in the host country.Ambassadors also outranked envoys until the 1960s, when the last legations were upgraded to embassies.Contents, etymology edit, the term is derived from Middle English ambassadour, Anglo-French ambassateur, ultimately of Latin origin from the word Ambaxus-Ambactus, meaning servant or minister; akin to Old High German ambaht, "service".

States and non-state actors use diplomatic representatives to deal with any problems that occur within the international system.In French speaking regions such as metropolitan France, Guadeloupe, Réunion, Quebec, or Wallonia, the title of ambassadeur personne is used.Full authority to represent the government).