Washington Diplomacy

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  • Author : John Shaw
  • Publisher : Algora Publishing
  • Pages : 292 pages
  • ISBN : 0875861725
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The Architecture of Diplomacy

The Architecture of Diplomacy
  • Author : Anthony Seldon,Daniel Collings
  • Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
  • Release : 01 September 2020
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Renowned biographer Anthony Seldon invites the reader into the day-to-day life of an internationally important diplomatic seat. A winning formula across the board, this book cannot fail to enthrall those interested in art, horticulture, interior design, architecture, history, diplomacy, politics, and "the special relationship", as we are given a sneak-peek into the day-to-day life, past and present, of the Residence.

Diplomatic Missions

Diplomatic Missions
  • Author : Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). School of Policy Studies,Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development
  • Publisher : [Kingston, Ont.] : School of Policy Studies, Queen's University
  • Release : 05 December 1998
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Heads of mission represent Canada to the world. They are also exemplars of the latest trends in public management. Diplomatic Missions places the role of Canada's ambassadors in the context of a changing foreign ministry, a changing state, a new world order, and rapidly evolving technologies of transportation and communications.

The Ambassador

The Ambassador
  • Author : John Shaw
  • Publisher : Capital Books
  • Release : 05 December 2022
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How diplomats really shape world politics as seen through the working life of verteran diplomat, President of the United Nations General Assembly, and former Swedish Ambassador to the U.S., Jan Eliasson.

Digital Diplomacy

Digital Diplomacy
  • Author : Wilson P. Dizard,Wilson P.. Dizard,Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.).
  • Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
  • Release : 05 December 2022
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Dizard provides a comprehensive overview of the new importance of computer-based resources in foreign policy. He documents the growing importance of information technologies in such global policy areas as national security, trade, finance, human rights, and science. He also describes how new technologies are transforming the ways in which foreign policy is carried out in Washington and at overseas missions.

The Domestic Dimension of Public Diplomacy

The Domestic Dimension of Public Diplomacy
  • Author : Katarzyna Pisarska
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 October 2016
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This book explores new grounds that public diplomacy is entering today, as domestic publics come to the forefront of the policy – acting both as foreign policy constituencies and public diplomacy actors cooperating with their foreign counterparts. The author discusses the phenomena of public diplomacy’s domestic dimension described as government’s ability to engage its own society in foreign policy practices through information, cooperation and identity-defining. By analysing data from over 80 recorded interviews with Australian, Norwegian and American public diplomacy

The Failure of Economic Diplomacy

The Failure of Economic Diplomacy
  • Author : P. Clavin
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 17 December 1995
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Based on new archival research, this is the first comprehensive study of the failure of international co-operation to combat the Great Depression. The book explores the impact of protectionism, reparations and war debts, as well as the more well known disagreements on monetary issues which, together, helped to prolong the most profound economic depression of the twentieth century. The economic and diplomatic lessons drawn from this period by the major powers - particularly German intelligence as to the deep divisions

Effective Diplomacy in the Twenty First Century a Practitioner s Perspective A Handbook for Diplomatic Officers

Effective Diplomacy in the Twenty First Century a Practitioner s Perspective  A Handbook for Diplomatic Officers
  • Author : Denis G. Antoine
  • Publisher : Xlibris Us
  • Release : 11 May 2020
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Effective Diplomacy-A Practitioner's Guide, is like a GPS for new and practicing diplomats with a focus on developing countries diplomacy in Washington, D.C. The book gives insights and introduction to diplomats coming into Washington D.C for the fi rst time and addresses the challenges faced by diplomats in a post September 11, era of diplomacy. This guide focuses also on how to achieve and maintain effective performance and desired outcomes in their conduct of diplomacy in the USA. In 15

People s Diplomacy of Vietnam

People   s Diplomacy of Vietnam
  • Author : Harish C. Mehta
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 20 August 2019
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This is the first full-length book on the concept of “People’s Diplomacy,” promoted by the president of North Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, at the peak of the Vietnam War from 1965-1972. It holds great appeal for historians, international relations scholars, diplomats, and the general reader interested in Vietnam. A form of informal diplomacy, people’s diplomacy was carried out by ordinary Vietnamese including writers, cartoonists, workers, women, students, filmmakers, medical doctors, academics, and sportspersons. They created an awareness of

King s Counsel A Memoir of War Espionage and Diplomacy in the Middle East

King s Counsel  A Memoir of War  Espionage  and Diplomacy in the Middle East
  • Author : Jack O'Connell
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 19 May 2011
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A CIA station chief, later Jordan's lawyer in Washington, reveals the secret history of a lost peace. Jack O'Connell possessed an uncanny ability to be at the center of things. On his arrival in Jordan in 1958, he unraveled a coup aimed at the young King Hussein, who would become America's most reliable Middle East ally. Over time, their bond of trust and friendship deepened. His narrative contains secrets that will revise our understanding of the Middle East. In 1967, O'Connell tipped