-called China Model. Nevertheless, there is little discussion on whether China’s public diplomacy is really a particular model. Many scholars have studied the models of public diplomacy. One example would be Eytan Gilboa, who presented three models of public diplomacy: the Cold War Model; the Non-state Model
Future of Europe (2002-2003), ultimately leading to the establishment of the EEAS, headed by the High Representative. Arguably, these two bodies, together with the creation of a semi-permanent chair of the European Council, presented the biggest institutional innovation of the Lisbon Treaty, while at the
their senior representatives, but also economic and trade organizations on both continents, public intellectuals and policy experts, elected officials in the us Congress, and the us -based Indian diaspora community.
Each of the voices present in the debate attempted the rhetorical task of
Emma Basker, ‘EU Public Diplomacy’, in Javier Noya (ed.), The Present and Future of Public Diplomacy: A European Perspective. The 2006 Madrid Conference on Public Diplomacy (Madrid: Elcano, 2006); and Noya, Diplomacia Pública para el Siglo , pp. 305-318; and reﬂects a tendency in public diplomacy
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An Evolutionary Analogy: Survival Strategies in an Information Environment
The explanatory model presented in this article is inspired by Ronald Deibert’s notion of ‘Ecological Holism’. 29 In Parchment, Printing, and Hypermedia
); Ragnar Rommetveit, On Message Structure: A Framework for the Study of Language and Communication (London: John Wiley, 1974); Raymond Cohen, ‘Diplomacy: 2000 BC to 2000 AD’, paper presented at the Annual Conference of British International Studies Asso- ciation, Southampton, 1995; Christer Jönsson and
work full-out “to crush the ANC” [African National Con- gress]’ should consider resigning’. 7 Wolvaardt goes onto say, As one of the most junior heads of mission at the conference, I was perturbed that not one of the more senior diplomats present had the courage to stand up to these accusations. Many
conflicts. Although based on the same data set, the percentages differ slightly in the tables presented to us. It is here that Bercovitch discusses three strategies of mediation, concluding that mediation is a diverse and complex process of social interaction.
Current issues in mediation research’ is the
in the present context that would be a bridge too far. Th ird, the article focuses on the following key dimensions: governance (that is, who in the EU does what vis-à-vis multilateral institutions?); the role of EU domestic politics; negotiation style(s); outreach; and measurement of impact. Th e ﬁ