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world is hence to ‘disseminate diplomats more widely within societies’ (p. 220). Present- day diplomats, which have to put relations between separate groups on a more stable and peaceful footing, are likely to see themselves ‘as lobbyists, as the archi- tects and agents of a new global civil society, in

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which a common culture among the members is present. Cohesiveness, Cross argues, creates agency and the ability to persuade capitals of shared norms and policy goals, as is demonstrated in a number of examples. The cases of the counter-terrorism strategy on radicalization and recruitment and the

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. Submissions will be acknowledged with a short email. Manuscripts should be typed with generous margins and should be double spaced throughout. Footnotes should be presented in a list at the end of the article. A summary abstract of approximately 150 words, 3-8 keywords and a short biographical note should

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areas are very relevant to modern-day diplomacy, particularly as diplomats work across a wide variety of these intersecting issues. Readers across different disciplines will also be interested in the findings presented by Songster, including scholars in the fields of Animal Studies, China Studies

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contemporary policy positions have emerged. Scholars increasingly recognise the key role of decolonisation in the constitution of the present. Alanna O’Malley’s book The Diplomacy of Decolonisation provides a detailed account of diplomatic interactions between the United States, Britain and the United

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Academy of Science and Arts, as well as with the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana. The original Slovene version was published in late 2009, and presented to the diplomatic corps and the general public in Ljubljana in early 2010. A special working group — dealing with the research

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framework. The remainder of this section elaborates on the broader trends that emerge from the various articles in this issue. A common thread emerging from the analyses presented here is that the role of the state is growing and evolving in diverging directions. It extends to new societal domains

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’s past may also entail salient lessons for the present and future diplomatic behaviour of this rising world power. The article will adhere to the pinyin system for Romanization of the Chinese language, and will for reasons of clarity provide bracketed pinyin forms for rele- vant names, in quotes from

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emotional responses, while at the same time presenting corrective information. This approach, for example, is widely used in efforts to counter disinformation campaigns about climate change and has been suggested as a means to counter Russia’s disinformation war on Ukraine. 19 For example, a possible

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hardest lesson that the cross-over diplomat tries to present to today’s individualistic yet cosmopolitan students is that a diplomat serves the legitimate interests and very particular concerns of a given national government that is necessarily and rightly accountable to its own citizens. Representing and

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