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Diplomatic Theory of International Relations
  • P. Sharp
  • Political Science
  • 3 September 2009
Introduction Part I. Traditions of International Thought and the Disappointment of Diplomacy: 1. Diplomacy and diplomats in the radical tradition 2. Diplomacy and diplomats in the rational traditionExpand
The present and future of diplomacy and diplomatic studies
Murray, Stuart et al. (2011) The Present and Future of Diplomacy and Diplomatic Studies. International Studies Review, doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2486.2011.01079.x Of late, practical and theoreticalExpand
Revolutionary States, Outlaw Regimes and the Techniques of Public Diplomacy
Public diplomacy, the process by which direct relations are pursued with a country’s people to advance the interests and extend the values of those being represented, appears to be an idea whose timeExpand
Diplomatic Theory of International Relations: Frontmatter
  • P. Sharp
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 2009
Diplomacy does not take place simply between states but wherever people live in different groups. Paul Sharp argues that the demand for diplomacy, and the need for the insights of diplomatic theory,Expand
For Diplomacy: Representation and the Study of International Relations
People engaged in international relations/international studies (IR/IS) should study more diplomacy, especially since diplomacy is reviving in the aftermath of the Cold War. In methodological andExpand
Whither foreign ministries in a post-western world?
The existential crisis of diplomacy is a cliché well past its sell-by date. No one seriously doubts the future of diplomats or diplomacy. The position of the foreign ministry is less secure. AsExpand
Making sense of citizen diplomats: The people of Duluth, Minnesota, as international actors
What is citizen diplomacy and how do we assess its significance? These are important questions because of the recent upsurge in international activity of this kind, and because how we answer themExpand