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2005; accepted 30 January 2006 Summary Public diplomacy represents an opportunity for small and medium-sized states to gain infl uence and shape international agenda in ways that go beyond their limited hard power resources (related to size, military and economic strength). Th e literature on public

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Charter and, in particular, the attempt to get the smaller states to accept the right of veto of the permanent members. Had the P5 simply forced the veto into the Charter, chances are that the smaller and medium-sized states would never have signed up to the Charter: hence, to create the organiza- tion

In: International Organizations Law Review
Author: Adam Kobieracki

and their interests are in any case well safeguarded. The Chairmanship has in practice become a mechanism for raising the profile and advancing the interests of small and medium-sized States. Such States apply for the job for a variety of reasons - to improve their political image, to prove that they

In: Helsinki Monitor
Author: David Lanz

and medium-sized States have been influential in the development of the organisation, putting certain topics on the agenda, providing necessary resources, and promoting compromise between the big powers. 33 This goes back to the Helsinki Final Act, where neutral states played an important role in

In: Security and Human Rights
Author: Ali Fisher

groups, it would be vastly harder, as 71) See http://geo.international.gc.ca/cip-pic/ediscussion08a/resources-en.aspx. 72) See Jozef Bátora, ‘Public Diplomacy in Small and Medium-sized States: Norway and Canada’, Cling- endael Discussion Papers, 2005. See also Jozef Bátora, ‘Multistakeholder Public

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

legislation established mandatory and consistent foreign policies and pro- tected governments from the heavy external pressures usually exerted at that time on small and medium-sized states. One example worth recalling is that of the pressures, combined with promises, exercised to get participants at the 1960

In: Ocean Yearbook Online
Author: Martin McCauley

longer be any question of the subordination of specifically national interests to the inter- national interests of the Soviet Union. This touched on a major plank of his thesis, that small and medium-sized states could play a positive role in bridging differences between the super- powers during periods

In: East Central Europe
Author: Short

medium sized states can, in partnership with global civil society, overcome great power opposition”, and “traditional diplomatic for a and mechanisms can and should be subverted where they represent an obstacle to the achievement of policy goals that are widely demanded by world opinion”, p. 13; see also

In: International Negotiation

cases, seldom using military means and economic pressure ( Manners, 2002 ). Another approach by Alison Brysk classifies some small and medium-sized states as ‘global good Samaritans’, that is states that promote human rights worldwide. The defining principle of a Good Samaritan is that they identify

In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies

, Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics (New York: Public Affairs, 2004), p. 5. 14) Nye, Soft Power , p. 7. 15) Nye, Soft Power , p. 6. 16) Examples include Jozef Bátora, ‘Public Diplomacy in Small and Medium-Sized States: Norway and Canada’, Discussion Papers in Diplomacy , no. 97 (The Hague

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy