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evidence of continuing activism on the part of Directorate-General ( dg ) Trade and other economic actors in the pursuit of a wide range of international agreements remains strong. Disputes over development and environment policy, and over the nature and pursuit of energy security, could be called as

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

[. . .] and mobilizing the energies of others to follow these courses of action’, 2 diplomacy is probably not a good place to look for individuals capable of inspiring and mobilizing others for collective purposes. That being said, we should also be careful not to associate diplomacy exclusively with a rule

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

attempt at curtailment. The first College of Commissioners’ formal meeting on 17 February 2010 decided to transfer staff of the dg Relex dealing with international climate-change negotiations to the Commission’s new dg for Climate Action. The energy task force was moreover moved to the Commission

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

dhanapala president of the 1995 npt review and extension conference 1 In 1946, the very first resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly ( unga ) established a Commission to deal with problems related to the discovery of atomic energy and to make proposals for ‘the elimination from

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

programme soon ran into daunting problems. Western economies were already beset by infl ation and currency insta- bility, while 1973 became the year that the energy crisis raised its head. As the governments focused on economic challenges, it proved diffi cult either to agree on institutional reform or to meet

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

-provincial protection- ism would diminish the national diplomatic capacity. Public Choice Theory 25 21) A useful example to understand the importance of issue-area diplomacy (such as environmental diplo- macy, ODA diplomacy, cultural diplomacy, energy diplomacy, economic diplomacy, and so on) is offered in a speech by

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responsibilities; and 3) the public state of mind is shaken.‎ When leaders are overloaded with extra tasks, including tasks that were previously considered routine, they may deplete themselves of their resources and energies and become unable to plan ahead and project the agenda and vision that are needed to

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

’, ‘neighbourhood policy’ or ‘external energy policy’. 8 Turkey emerges as the case of one big ‘candidate’ country and the cooperation between the European Commission’s dg on Enlargement Negotiations and the eeas seems to be functioning well. However, working for both the eeas and the Commission proves to be

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

environment, not only to provide transparency to do business, but also to solve trade, financial, social and environmental issues. The Netherlands faces global challenges in the areas of natural resources, climate change, energy supplies, migration, human rights, non-proliferation and counter- terrorism, which

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

consolidate collective action in the global sphere, ‘providing solutions to common problems […] and mobilizing the energies of others to follow these courses of actions’ 6 requires a sophisticated skill set. Arguably, leaders draw increasingly on the skills of public diplomacy, the broad aims of which are to

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy