See Mary M. Young and Susan J. Henders, ‘“Other Diplomacies” and the Making of Canada–Asia Relations’, Canadian Foreign Policy Journalvol. 18, no. 3 (2012), pp. 375–388; and Susan J. Henders and Mary M. Young, ‘“Other Diplomacies” and the Making of Canada–Asian Relations: An Interdisciplinary Conversation’, Asia Colloquia Papers Series, vol. 2, no. 1 (Toronto: York Centre for Asian Research, August 2012), available online at http://ycar.apps01.yorku.ca/publications/asia-colloquia-papers/ (accessed 8 February 2016).
Cornago, Plural Diplomacies, p. 81,discussing Geoffrey Wiseman, ‘Norms and Diplomacy: The Diplomatic Underpinnings of Multilateralism’, in James P. Muldoon et al. (eds.), The New Dynamics of Multilateralism (Boulder, co: Westview, 2011), pp. 5–22.
Evan H. Potter, Branding Canada: Projecting Canada’s Soft Power through Public Diplomacy (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009), pp. 32–33; see also Mai’a K. Davis Cross and Jan Melissen, ‘Introduction’, in Cross and Melissen (eds.), European Public Diplomacy, p. xvii.
For example, Christian Windler, ‘Diplomatic History as a Field for Cultural Analysis: Muslim–Christian Relations in Tunis, 1700–1840’, The Historical Journalvol. 44, no. 1 (2001), pp. 79–106; Stewart Gordon, When Asia Was the World: Traveling Merchants, Scholars, Warriors, and Monks Who Created the Riches of the East (Cambridge: Da Capo Press, 2007); and Patricia Clavin, ‘Defining Transnationalism’, Contemporary European History, vol. 14, no. 4 (2005), pp. 421–439.
Donna Lee and David Hudson, ‘The Old and New Significance of Political Economy in Diplomacy’, Review of International Studies, vol. 30, no. 3 (2004), pp. 343–360. See also Garrett Mattingly, Renaissance Diplomacy (London: Courier Dover, 1955); Jönsson and Hall, ‘Communication’, pp. 195–210; and Jönsson and Hall, Essence of Diplomacy.
See also Cornago, Plural Diplomacies, p. 38–43. For a critique of the transnational and cultural turns in diplomatic history, see Thomas W. Zeiler, ‘The Diplomatic History Bandwagon: A State of the Field’, The Journal of American History, vol. 95, no. 4 (2009), p. 1072.
See Gordon, When Asia Was the World, pp. 1–20and 183; Akhil Gupta, ‘Globalization and Difference: Cosmopolitanism before the Nation-State’, Transforming Cultures eJournal, vol. 3, no. 2 (2008), pp. 1–20; and Ada B. Bozeman, Politics and Culture in International History: From the Ancient Near East to the Opening of the Modern Age (New Brunswick, nj: Transaction, 2nd edition 2002), pp. 146–161.