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The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy – eBook

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  • Authors: Costas M. Constantinou, Pauline Kerr, Paul Sharp
  • File Size: 7 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 722 pages
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1st edition
  • Publication Date: November 1, 2016
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01HBSHOKM
  • ISBN-10: 1446298566
  • ISBN-13: 9781446298565

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The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy (PDF) supplies a significant thematic summary of Diplomacy and its research study that is traditionally and in theory and notified and in sync with the existing and future requirements of diplomatic practice. Original contributions from a fantastic group of worldwide professionals from all around the world are arranged into 4 thematic areas:

  • Section 1: Diplomatic Concepts & Theories
  • Section 2: Diplomatic Institutions
  • Section 3: Diplomatic Relations
  • Section 4: Types of Diplomatic Engagement

Reviews

“The distinguishing characteristic of this outstanding collection is the method which it integrates the traditional, practice-focused side of Diplomatic Studies with an extremely high level of theoretical elegance and a joyful openness to brand-new techniques to diplomacy. The editors have actually put together an excellent cast of authors and produced an ebook that deservedly will bring in a large readership both in the academy and in ministries of external affairs.” – Chris Brown

Comprehensively worldwide in its scope and aspiration, this Sage Handbook will have fantastic appeal for both scholars and specialists. With its 53 chapters varying in compound from the really standard to the really contemporary, and in design from the non-stop abstract to the greatly empirical, it has something for everybody in the worldwide relations service, and is worthy of a put on all our digital bookshelves.” – Professor Gareth Evans

At a time when worldwide crises are plentiful, the Sage Handbook of Diplomacy is a significant contribution to our understanding of this occupation so crucial for a future of peace on the planet.” – Nicholas Burns

Occasionally a modified volume occurs that links the concepts and concerns of leading scholars with insights and recommended responses in manner ins which shine an intense light on modifications in diplomacy theory and practice. Such volumes include breadth and depth. They use observable connections with the past. They constructively evaluate patterns and conceptual classifications. They show gaining from diplomatic practice. Their methodical reflections brighten and re-conceive diplomacy. The Sage Handbook of Diplomacy does all this and more. In their “collection of continual reflections on what it implies to practice diplomacy today,” the Editors offer a considerable contribution to a literature in which there are couple of similar collections available… The Sage Handbook is institutionally priced, however its 53 essays use excellent worth. Very idea-provoking material. Abundant recommendations. Blocks of summary bottom lines throughout each chapter. For universities and foreign ministries, it is a need to purchase. Scholars will discover it worth the financial investment.” – Bruce Gregory

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