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📒Double Edged Diplomacy ✍ Peter B. Evans
✏Double edged Diplomacy Book Summary : This original look at the dynamics of international relations untangles the vigorous interaction of domestic and international politics on subjects as diverse as nuclear disarmament, human rights, and trade. An eminent group of political scientists demonstrates how international bargaining that reflects domestic political agendas can be undone when it ignores the influence of domestic constituencies.The eleven studies in "Double-Edged Diplomacy" provide a major step in furthering a more complete understanding of how politics "between" nations affects politics "within" nations and vice versa. The result is a striking new paradigm for comprehending world events at a time when the global and the domestic are becoming ever more linked.
📒The Life And Death Of International Treaties ✍ Jeffrey S. Lantis
✏The Life and Death of International Treaties Book Summary : This book represents one of the first comparative studies of international treaty ratification processes in multiple issue areas. The study sets out to fill a gap in political science scholarship by investigating the role that international and domestic political actors and conditions play in the critical, post-commitment phase of cooperation. The book employs the comparative case study method, drawing on original research, elite interviews, and discursive analyses of government documents in Europe, Australia, and North America. Cases examine a select number of treaties on trade cooperation, the environment, European integration, and the nuclear non-proliferation regime. The book concludes that norms and executive strategies play an especially significant role in shaping ratification outcomes. The study has implications for theories of international negotiation and foreign policy analysis as well as the practice of diplomacy.
📒Double Edged Sword ✍ Appu Kuttan Soman
✏Double edged Sword Book Summary : Explores the efficacy of nuclear diplomacy, the consequences of American nuclear brinkmanship, and the implications of the recent revival of nuclear diplomacy by the Clinton administration in conflicts with non-nuclear adversaries.
📒Diplomacy ✍ G. R. Berridge
✏Diplomacy Book Summary : Fully revised and updated, this comprehensive guide to diplomacy explores the art of negotiating international agreements and the channels through which such activities occur when states are in diplomatic relations, and when they are not. This new edition includes chapters on secret intelligence and economic and commercial diplomacy.
📒Economic Diplomacy ✍ Peter A.G. van Bergeijk
✏Economic Diplomacy Book Summary : In a climate of enhanced global competition, attention for economic diplomacy has substantially grown, as much in the West as in other parts of the world. This book conceptualizes economic diplomacy and adds to a better understanding of its central place in the theory and practice of international relations.
📒Economic Diplomacy ✍ Maaike Okano-Heijmans
✏Economic Diplomacy Book Summary : Since the 1990s, Japan’s economic diplomacy has undergone fundamental changes. The reconfiguration of regional and global power encouraged the Japanese government, in coordination and cooperation with the private sector, to reassess its economic diplomacy policy. Economic Diplomacy: Japan and the Balance of National Interests illuminates the debates underlying these shifts, the various ways by which Japan’s reinvention of its economic diplomacy is implemented, and the consequences for Japanese foreign policy at large. The insights presented in this book can be applied to the study of countries around the world, including but not limited to other states in East Asia that follow a similar economic growth model, and Western countries.”
📒Music In America S Cold War Diplomacy ✍ Danielle Fosler-Lussier
✏Music in America s Cold War Diplomacy Book Summary : During the Cold War, thousands of musicians from the United States traveled the world, sponsored by the U.S. State Department’s Cultural Presentations program. Performances of music in many styles—classical, rock ’n’ roll, folk, blues, and jazz—competed with those by traveling Soviet and mainland Chinese artists, enhancing the prestige of American culture. These concerts offered audiences around the world evidence of America’s improving race relations, excellent musicianship, and generosity toward other peoples. Through personal contacts and the media, musical diplomacy also created subtle musical, social, and political relationships on a global scale. Although born of state-sponsored tours often conceived as propaganda ventures, these relationships were in themselves great diplomatic achievements and constituted the essence of America’s soft power. Using archival documents and newly collected oral histories, Danielle Fosler-Lussier shows that musical diplomacy had vastly different meanings for its various participants, including government officials, musicians, concert promoters, and audiences. Through the stories of musicians from Louis Armstrong and Marian Anderson to orchestras and college choirs, Fosler-Lussier deftly explores the value and consequences of "musical diplomacy."
📒Market Integration Regionalism And The Global Economy ✍ Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)
✏Market Integration Regionalism and the Global Economy Book Summary : Demonstrates how new techniques of economic analysis can be used to study the process of regional integration.
📒Re Viewing The Cold War ✍ Patrick M. Morgan
✏Re viewing the Cold War Book Summary : A cooperative effort by a number of historians and political scientists, this essay collection focuses on the important connection between domestic affairs and foreign relations during the Cold War. The case studies treat phases of both the Soviet and American experiences and involve contributions by two Russian scholars, three Americans, a German, a Swede, and an Israeli.A cooperative effort by a number of historians and political scientists, this essay collection focuses on the important connection between domestic affairs and foreign relations during the Cold War. The case studies treat phases of both the Soviet and American experiences and involve contributions by two Russian scholars, three Americans, a German, a Swede, and an Israeli.
✏Conduct of United States Financial Diplomacy in the Negotiations to Build the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Book Summary :