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- Diplomatic practice : between tradition and innovation
- History and the evolution of diplomacy
- New Realities in Foreign Affairs: Diplomacy in the 21st Century
Elites and elite change , Political systems , Conflict prevention , Crisis management. Modern diplomacy is currently experiencing fundamental changes at an unprecedented rate, which affect the very character of diplomacy as we know it. These changes also affect aspects of domestic and international politics that were once of no great concern to diplomacy.
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Diplomatic practice : between tradition and innovation
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History and the evolution of diplomacy
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It then discusses the nature and meaning of diplomacy, its emerging patterns of practice, and its relevance for not only policy-makers but also a wider cast of actors and set of social interaction. The subject matter of diplomacy has expanded, from the high politics of war and peace to health, environment, development, science and technology, education, law, and the arts. Diplomats are engaged in an expanding range of functions, from negotiation, communication, consular, representation, and reporting to observation, merchandise trade and services promotion, cultural exchange, and public relations. Keywords: diplomacy , adaptation , diplomatic practice , social interaction. The essence of diplomacy has never disappeared. Yet amid the complexities of the 21st century, the manner by which these core ingredients express themselves can be overshadowed by a myriad of contextual factors both structural and situational.
New Realities in Foreign Affairs: Diplomacy in the 21st Century
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Metrics details. Science diplomacy links the two policy domains of foreign affairs and science policy. Competitive thinking and the ways in which this affects global challenges are now putting the globalisation trends in science, technology and innovation under pressure. Rising populism adds to the growth of de-globalisation politics.
Update: The second episode of Diplomacy and technology: A historical journey will be held on Thursday, 25th February at UTC Read more about the event and register See our dedicated page. Diplomacy as practiced by foreign services and foreign ministries has seemed in recent years to be in decline. Governments in the post-collectivist age have wielded few economising axes more deeply than in respect of the management of their overseas representation. The urge to save increasingly hard won tax revenue was backed up by the sense that foreign services needed modernising - which tended also to mean minimising.