The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy

The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy

 
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A kedvezmény érvényes eddig: 2020. július 31.
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ISBN13:9781446298565
ISBN10:1446298566
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:722 oldal
Méret:245x183 mm
Nyelv:angol
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With broad coverage spanning concepts and theories, institutions, relations, and engagement this new handbook provides state-of-the-art analysis from the world’s leading experts

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The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy provides a major thematic overview of Diplomacy and its study that is theoretically and historically informed and in sync with the current and future needs of diplomatic practice . Original contributions from a brilliant team of global experts are organised into four thematic sections:



  • Section One: Diplomatic Concepts & Theories

  • Section Two: Diplomatic Institutions

  • Section Three: Diplomatic Relations

  • Section Four: Types of Diplomatic Engagement



The distinctive feature of this excellent collection is the way in which it combines the conventional, practice-oriented side of Diplomatic Studies with a very high level of theoretical sophistication and a cheerful openness to new approaches to diplomacy. The editors have assembled a stellar cast of authors and produced a book that deservedly will attract a wide readership both in the academy and in ministries of external affairs.
Tartalomjegyzék:
Introduction
A: DIPLOMATIC CONCEPTS & THEORIES
1. Theoretical Perspectives in Diplomacy - Costas M. Constantinou and Paul Sharp
2. A Conceptual History of Diplomacy - Halvard Leira
3. Diplomacy and the Colonial Encounter - Sam Okoth Opondo
4. Statecraft, Strategy and Diplomacy - Markus Kornprobst
5. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy - Brian Hocking
6. Diplomacy, Communication and Signaling - Christer Jönsson
7. Diplomatic Agency - Rebecca Adler-Nissen
8. Diplomatic Culture - Jason Dittmer & Fiona McConnell
9. Diplomacy and the Arts - Iver B. Neumann
10. Diplomatic Ethics - Corneliu Bjola
11. Diplomatic Knowledge - Noé Cornago
B: DIPLOMATIC INSTITUTIONS
12. Embassies, Permanent Missions & Special Missions - Kishan S. Rana
13. Consulates and Consular Diplomacy - Ana Mar Fernández Pasarín
14. The Diplomatic Corps - Paul Sharp and Geoffrey Wiseman
15. Diplomacy and International Law - David Clinton
16. Diplomatic Immunity - Linda S. Frey and Marsha L. Frey
17. Diplomacy and Negotiation - I William Zartman
18. Diplomatic Mediation - Karin Aggestam
19. Diplomatic Summitry - David H. Dunn and Richard Lock-Pullan
20. Diplomatic Language - Donna Marie Oglesby
C: DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
21. Diplomatic Relations Between States - Alan James
22. Great Power Diplomacy - Cornelia Navari
23. Middle Power Diplomacy - Yolanda Spies
24. Small State Diplomacy - Baldur Thorhallsson and Alyson J.K. Bailes
25. European Union Diplomacy - Michael Smith
26. American Diplomacy - Alan K. Henrikson
27. Russian Post-Soviet Diplomacy - Tatiana Zonova
28. China's Diplomacy - Chen Zhimin
29. Diplomacy in East Asia - Pauline Kerr
30. Latin American Diplomacy - Sean W. Burges and Fabrício H Chagas Bastos
31. Middle East Diplomacy - Stephan Stetter
32. African Diplomacy - Asteris Huliaras and Konstantinos Magliveras
33. Southern African Diplomacy - Stephen Chan
34. Developing States Diplomacy - Stephen Calleya
D: TYPES OF DIPLOMATIC ENGAGEMENT
35. Public Diplomacy - Ellen Huijgh
36. Quiet and Secret Diplomacy - William Maley
37. Crisis Diplomacy - Edward Avenell and David Hastings Dunn
38. Coercive Diplomacy - Peter Viggo Jakobsen
39. Revolutionary Diplomacy - David Armstrong
40. Conference Diplomacy - Paul Meerts
41. City Diplomacy - Michele Acuto
42. Citizen Diplomacy - Melissa Conley Tyler and Craig Beyerinck
43. Celebrity Diplomacy - Mark Wheeler
44. Digital Diplomacy - Eytan Gilboa
45. Economic Diplomacy - Maaike Okano-Heijmans
46. Business Diplomacy - Huub Ruël and Tim Wolters
47. Religious Diplomacy - David Joseph Wellman
48. Military Diplomacy - See Seng Tan
49. Environmental Diplomacy - Saleem H. Ali and Helena Voinov Vladich
50. Sports Diplomacy - Stuart Murray
51. Science Diplomacy - Daryl Copeland
52. Indigenous Diplomacy - J. Marshall Beier
53. Pariah Diplomacy - Huss Banai