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Diplomacy  

Paul Sharp

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
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Diplomacy
Both historical and contemporary trends suggest that the meaning of diplomacy varies considerably over time and across space. Diplomacy is defined neither by the types of actors on behalf ... More

Diplomacy and Diplomats  

Iver B. Neumann

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
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Diplomacy
The diplomat is formed in certain socially specific ways, and is defined by the role they play within certain contexts in the field of international relations. Since it is human beings, and ... More

Diplomacy and Intelligence  

John D. Stempel

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
There is a potentially serious difference between diplomacy and intelligence. Creative tension between diplomacy and intelligence stems from the involvement of both with questions of ... More

Diplomacy and International Law  

David Clinton

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
Within the international society, law and diplomacy have always been complementary and interdependent. However, lawyers and diplomats deal with international issues differently, making them ... More

Diplomacy and People  

Jozef Bátora

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
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Diplomacy
Public opinion has long been associated with diplomacy. The earliest records of public involvement in diplomacy are available from the city-states of ancient Greece, where diplomats in the ... More

Diplomacy and Religion  

Scott Thomas

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
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Diplomacy
Religion has long been seen as an obstacle to diplomacy, especially in disputes and conflicts that seem to be related to or motivated by religion. The very nature of religion—its concerns ... More

Diplomacy and Revolution  

Noé Cornago

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Mar 2010
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Nov 2017
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Diplomacy
The relationship between diplomacy and revolution is often intertwined with the broader issue of the international dimensions of revolution. Diplomacy can offer important insights into both ... More

Diplomacy and War  

Robert Weiner and Paul Sharp

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Mar 2010
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Dec 2017
Scholars acknowledge that there is a close connection between diplomacy and war, but they disagree with regard to the character of this connection—what it is and what it ought to be. In ... More

Economic Diplomacy  

Donna Lee and Brian Hocking

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018
Mainstream studies of diplomacy have traditionally approached international relations (IR) using realist and neorealist frameworks, resulting in state-centric analyses of mainly political ... More

The Geography of Diplomacy  

Herman van der Wusten and Virginie Mamadouh

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018
The fields of geography and diplomacy have traditionally been closely intertwined. Diplomacy is conventionally the conduct of statecraft in the nonviolent manifestations of external ... More

Great Power Leadership  

Wesley B. O'Dell

The notion that Great Powers fulfill a leadership role in international politics is old, influential, and contested. As the actors in the international system with the greatest capacity for ... More

Multilateral Diplomacy  

James P. Muldoon Jr. and JoAnn Fagot Aviel

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Mar 2010
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Jan 2018
Multilateral diplomacy is the management of international relations by negotiations among three or more states through diplomatic or governmental representatives, but it can also be engaged ... More

Muslim Views of the Polity: Citizenry, Authority, Territoriality, and Sovereignty  

Nassef Manabilang Adiong

Muslim views on the polity represent the paradigmatic understandings of how Muslims relate citizenry, authority, territoriality, and sovereignty to the overarching influence of the Western ... More

Public Diplomacy  

Nancy Snow

Public diplomacy is a subfield of political science and international relations that involves study of the process and practice by which nation-states and other international actors engage ... More

Regional Organizations in Southeast Asia  

Kilian Spandler

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Jan 2020
Research on regional organizations in Southeast Asia began to form during the Second World War. Although not always explicit, realist assumptions informed most of this early scholarship. ... More

Revolutionary Diplomacy  

Paul Sharp

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Feb 2020
Subject:
Diplomacy
Revolutionary diplomacy presents an uneasy coupling of two slippery terms. Revolutions are said to disrupt, replace, and transform particular social orders, but the term revolution can be ... More

Small States  

Yee-Kuang Heng

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Jul 2020
Scholarship in international studies has usually tended to focus on the great powers. Yet, studying small state behavior can in fact reveal deep-seated structural changes in the ... More

State Responsibility in International Politics  

Daniel Warner

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Jul 2020
State responsibility can be examined from the moral, legal, and political perspectives. Historically, state responsibility was the subject of extensive work by the International Law ... More

Subnational Leaders and Diplomacy  

Joana Setzer and Karen Anderton

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May 2019
Subnational diplomacy has become an increasingly important part of foreign policy and international relations. This observation concerns a state of affairs that is not necessarily obvious ... More

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