The Psychology Of Diplomacy
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📒The Psychology Of Diplomacy ✍ Harvey Langholtz
✏The Psychology of Diplomacy Book Summary : World class clinicians, researchers, and activists present the psychological dimensions to diplomacy drawn from examples set in the United Nations, Camp David, the Middle East, Japan, South Africa, and elsewhere.
📒The Psychology Of Peacekeeping ✍ Harvey J. Langholtz
✏The Psychology of Peacekeeping Book Summary : Based on the notion that in today's context of ethnopolitical conflict and chaos, war is a failure of psychology as well as of diplomacy and that roles are emerging for psychologists and other social scientists to play in peacekeeping before, during, and after conflict. Examines the psychological di
📒Personalities War And Diplomacy ✍ T.G. Otte
✏Personalities War and Diplomacy Book Summary : Combines essays on the "personality dimension" in the 19th and 20th century international history, placing in a proper historical perspective the impact of individual diplomats, politicians and military strategists on foreign policy-making.
📒Diplomacy And Psychology ✍ Tommy Gärling
✏Diplomacy and Psychology Book Summary :
📒Diplomat S Dictionary ✍ Charles W. Freeman, Jr.
✏Diplomat s Dictionary Book Summary : This dictionary grew out of the experiences, readings, & reflections of a career diplomat well versed in the arts of persuasion, diplomacy, & discretion, & tested during times of crisis. An invaluable storehouse for those called upon to serve as mediator, negotiator, governmental officers or business leaders. During his many years of foreign service, the author collected many fragments of classic wisdom, cautionary advice, urbane observations, & witty insights on the art of diplomacy from numerous cultures & eras, often translating them from the original languages himself. Extensive bibliography. Index.
📒Psychoanalysis International Relations And Diplomacy ✍ Vamik D. Volkan
✏Psychoanalysis International Relations and Diplomacy Book Summary : The author has three goals in writing this book. The first is to explore large-group identity such as ethnic identity, diplomacy, political propaganda, terrorism and the role of leaders in international affairs. The second goal is to describe societal and political responses to trauma at the hands of the Other, large-group mourning, and the appearance of the history of ancestors and its consequences.The third goal is to expand theories of large-group psychology in its own right and define concepts illustrating what happens when tens of thousands or millions of people share similar psychological journeys. Vamik D. Volkan is a psychoanalyst who has been involved in unofficial diplomacy for thirty-five years. His interdisciplinary team has brought "enemy" representatives, such as Israelis and Arabs, Russians and Estonians, Georgians and South Ossetians, together for dialogue. He has spent time in refugee camps and met many world leaders. In 2008 he initiated the International Dialogue Initiative (IDI), and is one of the IDI leaders who brings together unofficial representatives, including psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic group therapists and former diplomats, from Lebanon, Germany, Iran, Israel, Russia, Turkey, UK, and USA to discuss world affairs from different points of view and evaluate psychological issues that contaminate them. As far-reaching developments in communication technology and modern globalization are occurring and changing human civilization, the author´s work finds a crucial place for psychodynamic thinking in world affairs.
📒Face To Face Diplomacy ✍ Marcus Holmes
✏Face to Face Diplomacy Book Summary : Argues that face-to-face interaction undercuts the security dilemma at the interpersonal level by providing a mechanism for understanding intentions.
📒Media Diplomacy ✍ Yoel Cohen
✏Media Diplomacy Book Summary : This book is a study of the relationship of news media and modern diplomacy. The growth of mass communications and the interest of the citizens of democratic societies in international affairs have certain implications for diplomacy. By examining British diplomacy, this study attempts to pinpoint those areas where the media impinge on the foreign policy process either in terms of having an influence on public opinion, by providing new information to policy makers, or in terms of being used by officials as channels to other governments and to the public at home and abroad. -- Preface (p. [ix]).
📒Debating Public Diplomacy ✍ Jan Melissen
✏Debating Public Diplomacy Book Summary : This book is a much-needed update on our understanding of public diplomacy. With influential academic voices exploring policy implications for tomorrow, this collection of essays is also forward-looking by examining unfolding trends in public diplomacy strategies and practices.
✏The Secure Illusion Book Summary : What are the psychological effects of living in a society creating architecture that is driven from a fear and paranoia of attack? How can architecture, understanding that it can never be one hundred percent secure, attempt to design buildings are inhabitable but are still safe? A new U.S. embassy compound in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, plays as an experiment to investigate four major topics: psychology of fortifications, the duality of opacity and transparency, symbolism of diplomacy, and the concept of non-linear and informal structures. A catalytic process becomes the approach to all four topics, informing the design in a different fashion when each catalyst is applied. Immersing the iterative process in each of the four topics will result in a new perspective of security in built form. Now designing with a manipulation of the perception of space and the construct of security, rather than the fortification of architecture into bunkers.