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  • Publisher : Oxford University Press USA (8 August 2012)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 432 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0199764484
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0199764488
  • Dimensions : 23.37 x 2.54 x 15.49 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
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"I know of no books that compete with this book's currency, depth, and breadth. It is a collection of thoughtful, provocative, and cutting-edge essays--written for a new generation of students and diplomacy practitioners. If your goal is to understand twenty-first century diplomacy, it is essential reading."--Bruce Gregory, George Washington University


"Diplomacy in a Globalizing World is very appropriate for political science and international relations courses, something that is currently missing from the current crop of texts. It is not only very topical in terms of understanding the world of the twenty-first century, but also incorporates the advances in international relations theory that have made many of the other works obsolete."--Bruce Cronin, City College of New York





"With major power relativities shifting, and 'problems without passports' multiplying, diplomacy--and in particular cooperative multilateral diplomacy--has never been more complex, nor more important to get right. Scholars and practitioners alike should be grateful to have a guide through the maze as informative and thought provoking as this very professionally edited volume."--Gareth Evans, Chancellor of The Australian National University, President Emeritus of the International Crisis Group, and former Australian Foreign Minister


"This is an impressive new textbook. Professors and students will find it useful in multidimensional ways. It gives judicious weight to history, theory, and contemporary practice. It also addresses diplomacy's globalizing trends, complemented by strong treatment of regional diplomacies, including that of a 'rising Asia.'"--Kantathi Suphamongkhon, 39th Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, presently Senior Fellow at the Burkle Center for International Relations and Visiting Professor at UCLA


"I know of no books that compete with this book's currency, depth, and breadth. It is a collection of thoughtful, provocative, and cutting-edge essays--written for a new generation of students and diplomacy practitioners. If your goal is to understand twenty-first century diplomacy, it is essential reading."--Bruce Gregory, George Washington University


"Diplomacy in a Globalizing World is very appropriate for political science and international relations courses, something that is currently missing from the current crop of texts. It is not only very topical in terms of understanding the world of the twenty-first century, but also incorporates the advances in international relations theory that have made many of the other works obsolete."--Bruce Cronin, City College of New York


"Diplomacy in a Globalizing World" is an important new book that brings needed focus to an often-neglected component of international politics. Diplomacy is critical for the twenty-first-century world, and this insightful book illuminates clearly the challenges and benefits of diplomatic solutions for a changing world order."--Nicholas Burns, Harvard University, and former U.S. Under Secretary of State


"This is a wonderful book with 'self-contained' chapters covering the range of key, modern topics in the diplomatic studies field. Getting a solid grasp of diplomacy is not easy for students, even graduate students. Diplomacy in a Globalizing World will definitely advance the learning curve (and make teaching more accessible too!)."--Robert William Dry, Counselor, United States Foreign Service, Ret.





"With major power relativities shifting, and 'problems without passports' multiplying, diplomacy--and in particular cooperative multilateral diplomacy--has never been more complex, nor more important to get right. Scholars and practitioners alike should be grateful to have a guide through the maze as informative and thought provoking as this very professionally edited volume."--Gareth Evans, Chancellor of The Australian National University, President Emeritus of the International Crisis Group, and former Australian Foreign Minister


"This is an impressive new textbook. Professors and students will find it useful in multidimensional ways. It gives judicious weight to history, theory, and contemporary practice. It also addresses diplomacy's globalizing trends, complemented by strong treatment of regional diplomacies, including that of a 'rising Asia.'"--Kantathi Suphamongkhon, 39th Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand, presently Senior Fellow at the Burkle Center for International Relations and Visiting Professor at UCLA


"I know of no books that compete with this book's currency, depth, and breadth. It is a collection of thoughtful, provocative, and cutting-edge essays--written for a new generation of students and diplomacy practitioners. If your goal is to understand twenty-first century diplomacy, it is essential reading."--Bruce Gregory, George Washington University


"Diplomacy in a Globalizing World is very appropriate for political science and international relations courses, something that is currently missing from the current crop of texts. It is not only very topical in terms of understanding the world of the twenty-first century, but also incorporates the advances in international relations theory that have made many of the other works obsolete."--Bruce Cronin, City College of New York


"Diplomacy in a Globalizing World" is an important new book that brings needed focus to an often-neglected component of international politics. Diplomacy is critical for the twenty-first-century world, and this insightful book illuminates clearly the challenges and benefits of diplomatic solutions for a changing world order."--Nicholas Burns, Harvard University, and former U.S. Under Secretary of State


"This is a wonderful book with 'self-contained' chapters covering the range of key, modern topics in the diplomatic studies field. Getting a solid grasp of diplomacy is not easy for students, even graduate students. Diplomacy in a Globalizing World will definitely advance the learning curve (and make teaching more accessible too!)."--Robert William Dry, Counselor, United States Foreign Service, Ret.


From the Publisher

Pauline Kerr is Director of Studies in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy at The Australian National University. She is coeditor of China's "New" Diplomacy: Tactical or Fundamental Change? (2008). Geoffrey Wiseman is Professor of The Practice of International Relations and Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California. He is coeditor of American Diplomacy (2012) and The Diplomatic Corps as an Institution of International Society (2008).

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