The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy, 1st Edition

  • Costas M. Constantinou
  • Pauline Kerr
  • Paul Sharp
  • Published By: Sage UK
  • ISBN-10: 1473959136
  • ISBN-13: 9781473959132
  • DDC: 327.2
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 624 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released March 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This book 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.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Abstracts.
List of Figures, Tables and Boxes.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Introduction: Understanding Diplomatic Practice.
Diplomatic Concepts and Theories.
1: Theoretical Perspectives in Diplomacy.
2: A Conceptual History of Diplomacy.
3: Diplomacy and the Colonial Encounter.
4: Statecraft, Strategy and Diplomacy.
5: Diplomacy and Foreign Policy.
6: Diplomacy, Communication and Signaling.
7: Diplomatic Agency.
8: Diplomatic Culture.
9: Diplomacy and the Arts.
10: Diplomatic Ethics.
11: Diplomatic Knowledge.
Diplomatic Institutions.
12: Embassies, Permanent Missions and Special Missions.
13: Consulates and Consular Diplomacy.
14: The Diplomatic Corps.
15: Diplomacy and International Law.
16: Diplomatic Immunity.
17: Diplomacy and Negotiation.
18: Diplomatic Mediation.
19: Diplomatic Summitry.
20: Diplomatic Language.
Diplomatic Relations.
21: Diplomatic Relations between States.
22: Great Power Diplomacy.
23: Middle Power Diplomacy.
24: Small State Diplomacy.
25: European Union Diplomacy.
26: American Diplomacy.
27: Russian Post-Soviet Diplomacy.
28: China’s Diplomacy.
29: Diplomacy in East Asia.
30: Latin American Diplomacy.
31: Middle East Diplomacy.
32: African Diplomacy.
33: Southern African Diplomacy.
34: Developing States Diplomacy.
Types of Diplomatic Engagement.
35: Public Diplomacy.
36: Quiet and Secret Diplomacy.
37: Crisis Diplomacy.
38: Coercive Diplomacy.
39: Revolutionary Diplomacy.
40: Conference Diplomacy.
41: City Diplomacy.
42: Citizen Diplomacy.
43: Celebrity Diplomacy.
44: Digital Diplomacy.
45: Economic Diplomacy.
46: Business Diplomacy.
47: Religion and Diplomacy.
48: Military Diplomacy.
49: Environmental Diplomacy.
50: Sports Diplomacy.
51: Science Diplomacy.
52: Indigenous Diplomacy.
53: Pariah Diplomacy.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Abstracts.
List of Figures, Tables and Boxes.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Introduction: Understanding Diplomatic Practice.
Diplomatic Concepts and Theories.
1: Theoretical Perspectives in Diplomacy.
2: A Conceptual History of Diplomacy.
3: Diplomacy and the Colonial Encounter.
4: Statecraft, Strategy and Diplomacy.
5: Diplomacy and Foreign Policy.
6: Diplomacy, Communication and Signaling.
7: Diplomatic Agency.
8: Diplomatic Culture.
9: Diplomacy and the Arts.
10: Diplomatic Ethics.
11: Diplomatic Knowledge.
Diplomatic Institutions.
12: Embassies, Permanent Missions and Special Missions.
13: Consulates and Consular Diplomacy.
14: The Diplomatic Corps.
15: Diplomacy and International Law.
16: Diplomatic Immunity.
17: Diplomacy and Negotiation.
18: Diplomatic Mediation.
19: Diplomatic Summitry.
20: Diplomatic Language.
Diplomatic Relations.
21: Diplomatic Relations between States.
22: Great Power Diplomacy.
23: Middle Power Diplomacy.
24: Small State Diplomacy.
25: European Union Diplomacy.
26: American Diplomacy.
27: Russian Post-Soviet Diplomacy.
28: China’s Diplomacy.
29: Diplomacy in East Asia.
30: Latin American Diplomacy.
31: Middle East Diplomacy.
32: African Diplomacy.
33: Southern African Diplomacy.
34: Developing States Diplomacy.
Types of Diplomatic Engagement.
35: Public Diplomacy.
36: Quiet and Secret Diplomacy.
37: Crisis Diplomacy.
38: Coercive Diplomacy.
39: Revolutionary Diplomacy.
40: Conference Diplomacy.
41: City Diplomacy.
42: Citizen Diplomacy.
43: Celebrity Diplomacy.
44: Digital Diplomacy.
45: Economic Diplomacy.
46: Business Diplomacy.
47: Religion and Diplomacy.
48: Military Diplomacy.
49: Environmental Diplomacy.
50: Sports Diplomacy.
51: Science Diplomacy.
52: Indigenous Diplomacy.
53: Pariah Diplomacy.
Index.