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Bruce Gregory

distill from past and present experiences. They represent complexities that, taken literally, would overwhelm. 1 In diplomacy, boundaries , beginnings and patterns are maps that help us separate and connect our perceptions of reality. 2 Boundaries map analytical distinctions and prompt interesting

Jess Pilegaard

surrounding concepts such as e-diplomacy, digital diplomacy and even virtual diplomacy. Something unusual is apparently happening within the field of diplomacy. It is technology-driven, closely linked to the spread of the internet and internet connectivity, and, according to several scholars and practitioners

Catastrophe and Conflict

Disaster Diplomacy and Its Foreign Policy Implications

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Ilan Kelman

Catastrophe and Conflict: Disaster Diplomacy and Its Foreign Policy Implications examines how and why disaster-related activities (disaster response and disaster risk reduction) do and do not lead to diplomatic endeavours. With respect to foreign policy implications, the main question examined here is: Under what circumstances could disaster diplomacy be actively made to succeed or not to succeed? Previous case studies are summarised followed by new case studies of disease diplomacy and climate change diplomacy. From the case studies, disaster diplomacy could succeed when those in power decide that they want it to succeed and then use their power for that goal. This situation is not likely to arise because of only disaster-related activities. Instead, pre-existing interests supporting diplomacy are needed.

Melissa Conley Tyler, Rhea Matthews and Emma Brockhurst

the Paris Agreement on climate change (Jacobs 2016); from the Shangri-La Dialogue to the World Economic Forum. This latest in Brill Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy tackles the issue of whether think tanks are involved in diplomacy. This includes questions like: Are think tanks

Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff

Introduction Public diplomacy and diaspora diplomacy are inextricably linked. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton summed it up nicely. In her remarks to the first ever US State Department-organized Global Diaspora Forum, she stated: You have the potential to be the most powerful people

Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff

Introduction Public diplomacy and diaspora diplomacy are inextricably linked. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton summed it up nicely. In her remarks to the first ever US State Department-organized Global Diaspora Forum, she stated: You have the potential to be the most powerful people

Scott Blakemore

1 Introduction Faith in diplomacy can be understood in many ways. To some, this may be understood as confidence in the diplomatic system, enhanced by generating faith in the institutions and mechanisms of diplomacy. To do this, scholars and practitioners are required to fully appreciate the current

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Scott Blakemore

1 Introduction Faith in diplomacy can be understood in many ways. To some, this may be understood as confidence in the diplomatic system, enhanced by generating faith in the institutions and mechanisms of diplomacy. To do this, scholars and practitioners are required to fully appreciate the current

Steiner

International Negotiation 6: 79–104, 2001. © 2001 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 79 Diplomacy as Independent and Dependent Variable BARRY H. STEINER ∗ Department of Political Science, California State University, Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Boulevard, Long Beach, CA 90840

Gad Yair and Sharona Odom-Weiss

Israel — in statements or deeds. Former Deputy Foreign Minister Dani Ayalon took this pattern to the hilt by staging an extreme form of Israeli diplomacy in a meeting with the Turkish ambassador to Israel on 11 January 2010. The meeting, more of a degradation ceremony, was staged in front of television