The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy
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The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy



© 2016 | 722 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy provides a major thematic overview of Diplomacy and its study that is theoretically and historically informed and in sync with the current and future needs of diplomatic practice . Original contributions from a brilliant team of global experts are organised into four thematic sections:

  • Section One: Diplomatic Concepts & Theories
  • Section Two: Diplomatic Institutions
  • Section Three: Diplomatic Relations
  • Section Four: Types of Diplomatic Engagement
 
Introduction
 
A: DIPLOMATIC CONCEPTS & THEORIES
Costas M. Constantinou and Paul Sharp
1. Theoretical Perspectives in Diplomacy
Halvard Leira
2. A Conceptual History of Diplomacy
Sam Okoth Opondo
3. Diplomacy and the Colonial Encounter
Markus Kornprobst
4. Statecraft, Strategy and Diplomacy
Brian Hocking
5. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Christer Jönsson
6. Diplomacy, Communication and Signaling
Rebecca Adler-Nissen
7. Diplomatic Agency
Jason Dittmer & Fiona McConnell
8. Diplomatic Culture
Iver B. Neumann
9. Diplomacy and the Arts
Corneliu Bjola
10. Diplomatic Ethics
Noé Cornago
11. Diplomatic Knowledge
 
B: DIPLOMATIC INSTITUTIONS
Kishan S. Rana
12. Embassies, Permanent Missions & Special Missions
Ana Mar Fernández Pasarín
13. Consulates and Consular Diplomacy
Paul Sharp and Geoffrey Wiseman
14. The Diplomatic Corps
David Clinton
15. Diplomacy and International Law
Linda S. Frey and Marsha L. Frey
16. Diplomatic Immunity
I William Zartman
17. Diplomacy and Negotiation
Karin Aggestam
18. Diplomatic Mediation
David H. Dunn and Richard Lock-Pullan
19. Diplomatic Summitry
Donna Marie Oglesby
20. Diplomatic Language
 
C: DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
Alan James
21. Diplomatic Relations Between States
Cornelia Navari
22. Great Power Diplomacy
Yolanda Spies
23. Middle Power Diplomacy
Baldur Thorhallsson and Alyson J.K. Bailes
24. Small State Diplomacy
Michael Smith
25. European Union Diplomacy
Alan K. Henrikson
26. American Diplomacy
Tatiana Zonova
27. Russian Post-Soviet Diplomacy
Chen Zhimin
28. China's Diplomacy
Pauline Kerr
29. Diplomacy in East Asia
Sean W. Burges and Fabrício H Chagas Bastos
30. Latin American Diplomacy
Stephan Stetter
31. Middle East Diplomacy
Asteris Huliaras and Konstantinos Magliveras
32. African Diplomacy
Stephen Chan
33. Southern African Diplomacy
Stephen Calleya
34. Developing States Diplomacy
 
D: TYPES OF DIPLOMATIC ENGAGEMENT
Ellen Huijgh
35. Public Diplomacy
William Maley
36. Quiet and Secret Diplomacy
Edward Avenell and David Hastings Dunn
37. Crisis Diplomacy
Peter Viggo Jakobsen
38. Coercive Diplomacy
David Armstrong
39. Revolutionary Diplomacy
Paul Meerts
40. Conference Diplomacy
Michele Acuto
41. City Diplomacy
Melissa Conley Tyler and Craig Beyerinck
42. Citizen Diplomacy
Mark Wheeler
43. Celebrity Diplomacy
Eytan Gilboa
44. Digital Diplomacy
Maaike Okano-Heijmans
45. Economic Diplomacy
Huub Ruël and Tim Wolters
46. Business Diplomacy
David Joseph Wellman
47. Religious Diplomacy
See Seng Tan
48. Military Diplomacy
Saleem H. Ali and Helena Voinov Vladich
49. Environmental Diplomacy
Stuart Murray
50. Sports Diplomacy
Daryl Copeland
51. Science Diplomacy
J. Marshall Beier
52. Indigenous Diplomacy
Huss Banai
53. Pariah Diplomacy

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The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy: Theoretical Perspectives in Diplomacy


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