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The case of Harry Dunn may be painful, but the privileges enjoyed by diplomats have been put in place for a reason

Anna Sacoolas, the US diplomat’s wife alleged to have killed teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn while driving on the wrong side of the road, has left the UK without fully and formally accounting for her actions. What if anything does this tragic case tell us about diplomatic immunity and its limits?

I worked some twenty years overseas as a UK diplomat enjoying all the usual privileges and immunities. Thousands of diplomats around the world do the same and respect the rules. Their work is part of the quiet oil that makes the world’s trade, climate change negotiations, sport, tourism...

The case of Harry Dunn may be painful, but the privileges enjoyed by diplomats have been put in place for a reason

Anna Sacoolas, the US diplomat’s wife alleged to have killed teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn while driving on the wrong side of the road, has left the UK without fully and formally accounting for her actions. What if anything does this tragic case tell us about diplomatic immunity and its limits?

I worked some twenty years overseas as a UK diplomat enjoying all the usual privileges and immunities. Thousands of diplomats around the world do the same and respect the rules. Their work is part of the quiet oil that makes the world’s trade, climate change negotiations, sport, tourism...

The case of Harry Dunn may be painful, but the privileges enjoyed by diplomats have been put in place for a reason

Anna Sacoolas, the US diplomat’s wife alleged to have killed teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn while driving on the wrong side of the road, has left the UK without fully and formally accounting for her actions. What if anything does this tragic case tell us about diplomatic immunity and its limits?

I worked some twenty years overseas as a UK diplomat enjoying all the usual privileges and immunities. Thousands of diplomats around the world do the same and respect the rules. Their work is part of the quiet oil that makes the world’s trade, climate change negotiations, sport, tourism...

The case of Harry Dunn may be painful, but the privileges enjoyed by diplomats have been put in place for a reason

Anna Sacoolas, the US diplomat’s wife alleged to have killed teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn while driving on the wrong side of the road, has left the UK without fully and formally accounting for her actions. What if anything does this tragic case tell us about diplomatic immunity and its limits?

I worked some twenty years overseas as a UK diplomat enjoying all the usual privileges and immunities. Thousands of diplomats around the world do the same and respect the rules. Their work is part of the quiet oil that makes the world’s trade, climate change negotiations, sport, tourism...