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Author: Dorina Baltag

and capabilities, this study addresses the criticisms that were raised before the Lisbon Treaty regarding European diplomatic cooperation, including lack of leadership, questions concerning representation, and hence the issue of continuity and coherence between the eu and eu member states in third

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 12: The United States, Europe, and Asia between the World Wars | U.S. Relations with Asia authorWheeler, Gerald E.imprintPacific Historical Review 20 (May 1961): 165-78.annotationWheeler examines Anglo-American diplomatic cooperation, first with the idea of preventing

In: The SHAFR Guide Online
Author: Federica Bicchi

is on institutionalized forms of diplomatic cooperation among eu members in the southern neighbourhood, which, this article will suggest, represent a thin form of multilateralization of eu member states’ bilateral relations with southern Mediterranean countries. The article will provide further

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Authors: Heidi Maurer and Kristi Raik

provide the necessary environment that would gradually allow for socialization and a stronger feeling of ‘we/us’ among eu and eu member states’ diplomats. Conclusion This contribution investigated European diplomatic cooperation abroad in two key cases: Moscow and Washington, dc . The

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Cross-Cultural Diplomacy in the Period of the Crusades. Translated by Peter M. Holt. Revised, edited and introduced by Konrad Hirschler
In Alliances and Treaties between Frankish and Muslim Rulers Michael Köhler presents a fully integrated study of Frankish-Muslim diplomacy in the period from the First Crusade through to the thirteenth century. It is a ground-breaking study that challenges preconceived notions of the relations between Frankish and Muslim rulers in the Middle East. Commonly portrayed as an era of conflict, the period appears here as one in which conventions of diplomatic cooperation were commonplace. This book is one of the few works in the fields of Crusader Studies and Middle Eastern Studies that draws to the same extent on Arabic and Western sources; two textual traditions that have usually been studied in isolation from each other.
Author: Zenonas Butkus

The aim of this article is to examine the attitudes of the Soviet Union and Germany towards the problem of Vilnius in the period between the First and Second World Wars. The article is based mainly on unpublished documents from Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, German and Soviet archives. The problem under review emerged after the First World War, when Poland occupied the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius, and kept it under its control almost until the Second World War. Lithuania refused to recognize the situation, and between the two countries there arose a conflict, which was instigated by the Soviet Union and Germany, as they did not want the Baltic States and Poland to create a defence union.

The Soviet Union and Germany worked hand in hand in dealing with this conflict. In the process of its regulation they acquired quite an extensive experience in diplomatic co-operation, which they applied successfully in establishing the spheres of their influence in the Baltic States in 1939.

In: Lithuanian Historical Studies
Author: Ward, Harry M.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 2: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and the American Revolution | Growth of Colonial Statecraft authorWard, Harry M.imprintPort Washington: Kennikat Press, 1971.annotationThis is a useful introduction to political, military, and diplomatic cooperation among

In: The SHAFR Guide Online
Author: Joyce, Miriam

-American diplomatic cooperation combined with Whitehall's legendary aplomb and patience to deter Iraqi dictator Abdel Karim Qassim from invading Kuwait in the summer of 1961 when Britain formally ended its s...

In: The SHAFR Guide Online

(Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2016). 464 pp. $39.95. Cloth. Is lasting diplomatic cooperation between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea [ dprk ] possible? Walter C. Clemens Jr., an Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at

In: Journal of American-East Asian Relations

diplomatic cooperation—that is, the set of interactions pertaining to the diplomatic realm (with a focus on negotiation, information-gathering and representation) and the role of the eu delegations therein. We explore how the creation of the eeas and of the eu delegations in particular has affected

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy