• Modern World Affairs
    In Modern world affairs, diplomacy is less and less important in shaping relations between political actors. Do you agree? If so, why? If not, why not? The process of globalisation has affected the role of traditional diplomacy, which was originally confined to predominately deal with issues of war...
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  • Ethical Diplomacy
    TITLE: The Role of Ethical Diplomacy in British International Relations in the 21st century Introduction This paper outlines a research proposal on the influence of ethics in international diplomacy. This broad topic is analysed from a British diplomatic point of view. The structure of this research...
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  • Intaff
    GOVERNMENT & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA |No. |Information on Course | | |Course Name : SEMINAR ON DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ISSUES ...
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  • International Relations
    Functions of Diplomacy CHRISTOPHER AMACKER, JUL 20 2011 Diplomacy has existed since the beginning of the human race. The act of conducting negotiations between two persons, or two nations at a large scope is essential to the upkeep of international affairs. Among the many functions of diplomacy, some include...
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  • The Eu as a Diplomatic Actor
    BOSTON UNIVERSITY - BRUSSELS IR 535 - Diplomacy and Statecraft Autumn 2010 The development of the EU as a diplomatic actor End of term paper by Claudia Ritter ____________________________________________________________ _____ Over the past two decades the European integration process has had particular...
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  • Diplomacy
    Diplomacy and Consular Services Diplomacy includes: * Communicating * Interacting * Mode of behavior * Maintaining contact * It is an institution (Geneva Convention) * Way of doing business Contemporary diplomacy is between heads of states, and emerged due to globalization...
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  • Diplomace in International Relations
    DIPLOMACY MEANING OF DIPLOMACY Diplomacy is known as the art of forging a relationship without resorting to arguments or conflicts. The term is usually used in reference to foreign policies or external affairs. Foreign ambassadors or envoys are specially designated to negotiate on matters of...
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  • Japan Soft Diplomacy to Indonesia
    CHAPTER I BACKGROUND International relations is a system of relations between sovereign countries in the Association which made international diplomacy activities as a key element for a country of its existence as a deciding factor in international relations. Diplomacy is a political process to...
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  • Indonesia's Foreign Policy and the War on Terror
    country. The principles free and active foreign policy was initially conveyed by Vice President Mohammad Hatta in 1948, when the realm of international relations was bustled by a rivalry between two blocks of ideologies; democratic-liberal bloc led by the United States and socialist-communist bloc led...
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  • Diplomacy
    The Roles of Diplomacy and Deterrence in the 21 st Century by MAJ Tang Mun Kwong   The modern state system came about after the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 in Europe. An international society emerged comprising of states that were sovereign and answerable to no higher authority than themselves. As...
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  • Sample
    challenging, productive and rewarding career in Conflict and Peace management, security, diplomatic, human rights and governance fields at local and international levels, where I can contribute, add value and have impact in bringing about positive changes to our communities and societies locally and internationally...
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  • Cultural Diplomacy and Ir Study Guide
    organization of studies The MA International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy program can be broken down accordingly: Year 1, Semester 1 (36 Credits) Academic Study at Dubrovnik International University Year 1, Semester 2 (36 Credits) Academic Study at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin * The first...
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  • Multilateral vs bilateral diplomacy
    In term of Diplomacy, is multilateral engagement through international organisations increasingly displacing bilateral one? Introduction Governments need to develop international relations in different fields like security, and trade as well as to decide the option of engaging in a bilateral or multilateral...
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  • Hawarta
    candidates. A male-dominated representation of diplomacy is no longer viable within an interconnected world where women matter. Diplomats must be able to represent the whole of society without remaining blinded to gender. As such, bringing women into diplomacy is a symbol of hope and modernisation for the...
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  • Firi94
    International Diplomacy The world has changed a great deal since Oliver Cromwell laid down the dictum that a man-of-war, meaning a warship, is the ambassador. Diplomacy is actually a subtle art, though it is no longer deemed mysterious and secret. The diplomats of today are members of a specialised...
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  • Diplomacy and Viena Convention
    Course Title: Theory and Practices of Diplomacy 1. Conceptual definitions 1.1. Meaning & definitions of diplomacy The term diplomacy has changed its meaning & applications over time. Both practitioners & academicians define it differently so as to suit to their interest. In order to properly...
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  • Roleof Armed Forces in Foreign Policy
    ROLE OF ARMED FORCES IN FOREIGN POLICY Foreign policy of india aims at securing the national interests We have all heard the statement that “war is diplomacy by other means” attributed to Clausewitz. “diplomacy is war by other means”. Each contains enough truth to justify the cliché. That truth is...
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  • Mohsin
    MSc INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (IR) For MSc Degree in International Relations a candidate will be required to complete 22 Courses. Students will Study Five Courses in Two Semester and Six Courses in two Semesters. Core Courses IR-501 Theories of International Relations IR-502 International Relations...
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  • geoghraphy of jordan
    Bridge the Gap, or Mind the Gap? Culture in Western-Arab Relations Maurits Berger, Els van der Plas, Charlotte Huygens, Neila Akrimi and Cynthia Schneider January 2008 NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ‘CLINGENDAEL’ CIP-Data Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague Berger, M....
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  • Policy
    If Western diplomacy has a role to play it will have to be discreet and carefully considered, always bearing in mind that the governing rule of diplomats, like that of doctors, must be ‘first, do no harm'. ( Monteagle) This thought, taken form The Clash of the Civilizations article, succinctly...
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