’ public diplomacy. Non-state actors, acting as independent public diplomacy actors, move the conception of public diplomacy beyond the home–abroad divide — a distinction that has been pertinently present in definitions starting from the state — towards one that is more in tune with the social reality of
and understanding by creating and presenting a good image of the country that conducts the public diplomacy.
Animal Diplomacy: Definition and Historical Examples
These basic goals can be achieved through a number of public diplomacy tools or activities and one of these can be labelled as animal
* Acknowledgement: The present research was financed by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and conducted at the University of California, Berkeley, under the guidance of Professor Laguerre at the Center for Globalization and Technology.
Brave New World?
There is a lot of excitement
My main challenge as Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps was dogs. Not Her Majesty’s dogs, although an Arab Ambassador did once express ‘surprise’ (strong diplomatic language) that corgis had been present at a lunch at Buckingham Palace [dogs are considered ritually unclean in the Islamic faith
conclusions of various studies and theories to present the essential traits and features of multilateral negotiations in the Council; these characteristics are grouped into ‘trends’ in order to capture the tendencies, general directions and inclinations of the processes of negotiation over time. It also uses
/her strong political legitimacy, because it usually implies a bipartisan agreement among the Members of the European Parliament ( mep s), or at least between the two largest political groups. In fact, in order to present a nomination, an initiative by a political group or by at least 40 mep s is required
that such encounters can shape how foreign policy is presented in the future. But another balancing act is in managing the expectation of audiences who air grievances that their input may lead to policy change. Ultimately, this case study shows that diaspora communities can be considered to be useful
Diplomacy: Decision-Making and Negotiation in Inter- national Economic Relations (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003). 2) R. Coolsaet, ‘Historical Patterns in Economic Diplomacy: The 1990s’ Renaissance of a Disregarded Aspect of Diplomacy’, paper presented at the Conference ‘Economic Diplomacy Beyond 2010: Geo
to recognize and measure variations in the use of special envoys. Further analytical findings, based on an aggregated examination of the empirical material, are presented throughout different sections of the article.
The Changing Nature of Diplomacy and the Role of Special Envoys
China, East Asia and the European Union specialist authors from both Europe and Asia reflect on the dynamic relationship between the three actors from an International Relations perspective. The book is a testimony to China’s seemingly unstoppable rise, both in the East Asian region and in the relationship with the EU and its member states. The authors investigate why the economic links between the European Union and East Asia have become so firmly established, while in comparison the political bond has remained underdeveloped. They conclude that the crises the EU is currently facing seriously affect its manoeuvring space vis-a-vis China and its neighbours, both economically and politically.
Contributors are: Ding Chun, Neil Duggan, Enrico Fardella, Frank Gaenssmantel, Tjalling Halbertsma, Daniel R Hammond, Jan van der Harst, Elisa Hörhager, Jing Jing, Werner Pascha, Sanne Kamerling, David Kerr, Silja Keva, Christopher K. Lamont, Li Junyang, Feng Liu, Maaike Okano-Heijmans, Nadya Stoynova, and Herman Voogsgeerd.