James Eayrs on Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, and International Relations: A Retrospective

@inproceedings{Copeland2007JamesEO,
  title={James Eayrs on Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, and International Relations: A Retrospective},
  author={Daryl Copeland},
  year={2007}
}
A certain prestige and mystique once attended the art and science of diplomacy. Some of it even spilled over onto its practitioners. Lately, however, this perception has all but disappeared, and in its place is near universal scorn, rebuke and ridicule. Once revered, the profession now finds itself in large part reviled. Much was made of Prime Minister Trudeau's oft-quoted quip that he could get all of the information he needed about the world from the New York Times. Well in advance of that… CONTINUE READING