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Introduction: reconceptualising diplomatic cultures [chapter]

2015 Diplomatic Cultures and International Politics  
Dedicated to the exchange of different scholarly perspectives, the series aims to be a forum for inter-paradigm and inter-disciplinary debates, and an opportunity for dialogue between scholars and practitioners  ...  Drawing on a range of methodological approaches the contributors discuss empirical cases ranging from indigenous diplomacies of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, to the European External Action Service, the  ...  We are profoundly grateful for the opportunity that this funding has afforded us to bring together an interdisciplinary group of inspiring scholars.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315728049-6 fatcat:mqfrsddonfdmhnv6mq5f6spxua

European diplomatic practices: contemporary challenges and innovative approaches

Federica Bicchi, Niklas Bremberg
2016 European Security  
As the aim of this special issue is to show practice approaches at work in the case of European diplomacy, this introduction provides readers with a hands-on sense of where the conversation about practices  ...  While the debate about practices goes beyond the case of diplomacy, the latter has become a showcase for the former and this special issue continues the debate on practices and diplomacy by zooming in  ...  Acknowledgements For their financial support and for providing excellent workshop facilities, we are very grateful to the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and the  ... 
doi:10.1080/09662839.2016.1237941 fatcat:ote2wnzqevbg3chdvrv5c44xfi

Rearticulating Diplomatic Relationships: Contextualizing Tuvalu-Taiwan Relations

Jess Marinaccio
2019 The Contemporary Pacific  
This research was partially supported by a grant from the Center for Chinese Studies in Taipei, Taiwan. Thanks also to two anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments.  ...  I discussed this with an expatriate. He . . . called straight over and arranged for a meeting the next day.  ...  For Tuvalu, at the internationally oriented United Nations, Taiwan is no longer a tool for building Pacific regional unity through discourse on fisheries transgressions; rather, it is used to identify  ... 
doi:10.1353/cp.2019.0028 fatcat:vevqvhfearew3kjtx5e6l5l6fm

Chapter 4. Knowledge in Political Negotiations. Three Diplomatic Encounters [chapter]

2020 Friedrich Rosen  
In conversations with Harrington and Colli, Rosen receiveda greementthataGermanbanking consortium could be integratedi nto an international funding group of the bank.  ...  These conditions formedthe framework of these negotiation situations.  ...  not approach his usual goto point for orientation or supplementary information.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110639544-006 fatcat:slsd2yk2kbhb7crrlexyhvzl3a

Learning to Master the Rules of the Game: A Study of Austrian Diplomats' Adaptation to the EU

Kathleen Angers
2017 Eurostudia  
So that is an issue of maintaining good neighborly context, but also an issue of getting together a group which can act together in the bigger EU framework.  ...  This Bourdieusian framework makes it possible, therefore, to overcome the dichotomized view of culture and strategy which is so common in the Europeanization literature (see Williams 2007 for a similar  ... 
doi:10.7202/1039780ar fatcat:of7cuvvbdfeatcedb3hxdmahxm

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIPLOMATIC LEGAL PRINCIPLES: GERMAN EMBASSY STAFF VISITING ISLAMIC DEFENDERS FRONT (FPI) HEADQUARTERS CASE

Fradhana Putra Disantara
2021 International Journal of Law Reconstruction  
The results of this study indicate that diplomatic law is a system containing various principles of international law to regulate diplomatic relations between countries with universal approvement.  ...  This legal research uses a conceptual approach and statue approach; by using primary and secondary legal materials.  ...  as possible". 1 The desire to build a holistic diplomatic legal framework is based on the reason for the protection of all technical layers of diplomatic events, particularly state agents (diplomats  ... 
doi:10.26532/ijlr.v5i1.13636 fatcat:dxnimphbgrgkni4gatlh2wxvdi

Traders as Diplomats: Trade and Sino-American Rapprochement, 1971-78

Mao Lin
2017 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
By developing trade with China, the United States expected to transform China into a market-oriented economy, and eventually change the political nature of the Chinese regime.  ...  -China relations went through a major strategic transformation.  ...  For them, the key point behind that deal was the Chinese need for advanced technologies, which was perceived as a natural outcome derived from China's goal of modernization.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v5i10.2670 fatcat:4ntynp47erdlbfu5aluaity2fm

Diplomatic Ceremonial as the Basis of the Culture of International Relations

Oksana Zakharova
2022 Studies in Media and Communication  
For the first time, such a term as "diplomatic counterculture" is introduced into circulation.  ...  A ceremonial is a kind of cultural message from one social group of people to another.  ...  The movement should also have a communicative orientation (Bayburin & Toporkov, 1990) .  ... 
doi:10.11114/smc.v10i1.5478 fatcat:em75mswvhrbfnf2wzsnohyqjk4

A Habermasian Analysis of Arab-West Inter-Governmental and Inter-Ambassadorial Relations: Implications for Western Diplomatic Training

Mohammad Al-Jararwah
2021 figshare.com  
Therefore, it has become vital to devise a contemporary diplomatic training program for future Western representatives to the MENA region, largely since the methods of Western international relations theory  ...  these factors diverge from existing assumptions about political Islam in the Western setting; and, to pinpoint and elaborate upon extant hindrances in Western intergovernmental and inter-ambassadorial discussions  ...  Both authors tend to simply describe the group as a discussion gateway for likeminded individuals, without real influence on European policies.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13579529.v1 fatcat:n7pffyeo2rfo3iqp5ga3vcsona

Power and Hegemony in Legal-Diplomatic Discourse: A Genre Critical Discourse Analysis of UN Documents

دینا محمود حسن حسب الله
2022 مجلة کلیة الآداب حلوان  
This paper investigates how power and hegemony are embedded in legal-diplomatic discourse, particularly in the UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decisions  ...  Such tools make such documents appear as only one sentence long, composed of a number of paragraphs separated by comma and semicolon.  ...  Thanks to law, different groups can coexist peacefully and exchange their viewpoints without considering any group as a "dirt or disease, a threat to [another] group-identity tent that must be expunged  ... 
doi:10.21608/kgef.2022.225327 fatcat:o2p7cpghnffbtioeto4h3qa67i

Brazil's non-indifference: a case for a feminist diplomatic agenda or geopolitics as usual?

Francine Rossone de Paula
2019 International Feminist Journal of Politics  
A SPACE FOR A 'FEMINIST' DIPLOMATIC AGENDA?  ...  Finally, I discuss the tension between Brazil's ambition for a greater space for governance as a global player and its nontraditional, perhaps more diplomatic, approach to international security.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14616742.2018.1542282 fatcat:bkligfb2hfcxrimk4i2tzt25uq

Sami Hochber: A Zionist Journalist Author Printer Diplomat Spy

Ahmet Yüksel
2020 History Studies International Journal Of History  
policy against Zionists, Arabs and the European Great Powers before and during the First World War but also what lies in the historical background of the reconciliation or conflict of that groups in question  ...  Sami Hochberg is a relatively famous Zionist in the Western world, especially among Jews.  ...  national goal, for now, they did not want Bessarabia'.  ... 
doi:10.9737/hist.2020.920 fatcat:gb3tmcgorbdqxktcfridvpmcba

Community at the border or the boundaries of community? The case of EU field diplomats

Maren Hofius
2016 Review of International Studies  
A conceptual turn to the boundary, understood as a 'site of difference', highlights how the two sets of practices operate simultaneously in creating shared senses of belonging to a community.  ...  The article empirically probes this turn to the boundary by studying how the postmodern community of the European Union (EU) is (re)constructed by EU diplomats in its neighbouring state Ukraine.  ...  Acknowledgments The final version of this article greatly profitted from discussions when presented at the UACES Annual Conference in Cork, 1-3 September 2014 and the ECPR General Conference in Glasgow  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0260210516000085 fatcat:olambsunrbdovprdqlclkc47zq

Redefining the Past: Essays in Diplomatic History in Honour of William Appleman Williams

Richard W. Leopold, Lloyd C. Gardner
1988 American Historical Review  
Williams put down a skilled draftsman's proposal for accomplishing those goals.  ...  phenomenon, provided a framework for American policy in China from 1900 to 1914, and beyond.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1865824 fatcat:6xrrsrl5fzho5lkoi37khx5x24

Reinventing a Region (1915–22): Visions of the Middle East in Legal and Diplomatic Texts Leading to the Palestine Mandate

Karin Loevy
2016 Israel Law Review  
A vast territory was reconstructed as opening up for new ways of rule and of influence, for enhanced development and for dealing with strictly European globalised issues.  ...  of very different actors within the framework of empire.  ...  circles of viewing ethnic groups as powerful races focused on the goal of self-determination. 78 This trend resulted in a series of nationalist propaganda policies during the war that were designed  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021223716000236 fatcat:iw7no2dpzfbtbi55ex7whqiqrm
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