Global Diplomacy and International Society

de Yolanda Kemp Spies
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Yolanda Kemp Spies Global Diplomacy and International Society
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This book is a comprehensive overview of the theory, history, law, institutional framework and culture of global diplomacy. It reflects on the key existential challenges to the institution and addresses aspects that are often overlooked in diplomatic studies: inter alia diplomatic law, development-driven diplomacy and the bureaucracy of diplomatic practice. All chapters are extensively illustrated with recent case examples from across the world. Special emphasis is placed on incorporating perspectives from Africa and other developing regions in the Global South, so as to balance the Eurocentrism of traditional diplomatic literature.

Contributeurs

Écrivain:
Yolanda Kemp Spies

Détails du produit

Commentaire illustrations:
XI, 272 p.
Table des Matières:
1. Chapter 1: Introduction
2. Chapter 2: The (Not So Pure) Concept of Diplomacy
3. Chapter 3: Origins and Evolution of Diplomacy
4. Chapter 4: The Law of Diplomacy
5. Chapter 5: Bureaucratic Management of Diplomats and Diplomacy
6. Chapter 6: Diplomatic Culture
7. Chapter 7: Conclusion
Recommendation:
“…one of the most original texts on this subject matter in the last decade…needed by students, practitioners and not least those who teach diplomacy and international relations.” (Kwesi Aning, Director, Faculty of Academic Affairs & Research, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Ghana)“As western dominance of the post-war international system begins to be challenged, other voices are providing alternative perspectives to entrenched histories. Ambitious in its scope, robust in its analysis, Global Diplomacy and International Society gives voice to Southern perspectives and to the contributions made and challenges faced by developing states. This volume is essential to the study of diplomacy and to the imperative of decolonising curricula in Southern universities.” (Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Chief Executive, South African Institute for International Affairs, South Africa)“A book everyone interested in diplomacy and international relations was waiting for. [This book] is a high quality analysis of bringing theory and practice, the past and the present and the state and non-state perspectives together. Its interdisciplinary approach truly touches the essence of modern diplomacy today and therefore is a very rich and powerful book to understand better the complexity of diplomacy.” (Ron Ton, Director, Clingendael Academy, The Netherlands, and trainer in diplomacy, negotiations and mediation)
Remarques:
Reflects on the key existential challenges of diplomacy in the Global South and Africa


Provides a comprehensive overview of the theory, history, law, institutional framework and practice


Reviews diplomatic law, power-political diplomacy, development-driven diplomacy, and diplomatic culture

Type de média:
Couverture rigide
Éditeur:
Springer International Publishing
Biographie:
Yolanda Kemp Spies is Senior Research Fellow with the Chair in African Diplomacy and Foreign Policy at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Évaluation:
"The volume is first and foremost a manual targeted at students, but the quality of the information and the style of the writing can make it equally interesting for both diplomats and general audiences. While the content is heavy, ranging from theoretical debates to diplomatic culture, the tone is light. ... This volume is a valuable contribution to the study and teaching of diplomacy. The information is presented in clear, accessible language ... ." (João Mourato Pinto, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, Vol. 17, 2022)
Langues:
Anglais
Édition:
1st ed. 2019
Nombre de pages:
272

Données de base

Type d'produit:
Livre relié
Date de publication:
20 août 2018
Dimensions du colis:
0.214 x 0.154 x 0.024 m; 0.5 kg
GTIN:
09783319955247
DUIN:
BHJN74VE7ID
67,13 €
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